I have set up new email addresses for some of my domain sites. I'm still going to use my Gmail for almost everything. But, I've been getting attacked by spam emailers, mostly from Subaru USA. So I can use the new addresses for people I actually want to hear from. Which will likely be almost nothing really. Even family email may as well go to the old account. I'm not so likely to check the new accounts often. Unless I set them up to work with something like the email part of SeaMonkey. Tried once and it did not work, but how can you tell when you don't have activity in the account. Yes, I did send myself a test email. Anyway, that is all more to work on.
I'm looking at various ways to keep my niche web resource directories, without WordPress. Everyone seems to suggest WordPress plugins. But they don't understand that all those plugins are dependent on WordPress. WordPress, which says it is standalone software but requires a lot of plugins.
I am trying RSS feeds but, some sites do not use RSS any more. I don't understand why. It is such a simple way to distribute your content and you don't have to do anything. Just put the link up somewhere and forget about it.
Yesterday I was looking at a lot of ways to set up a holiday and event site. Calendar software, address book software, PIM software... No luck so far. Most of the software I find is dated or forgotten/ abandoned. If something isn't popular they don't want to bother with it. Popularity being dictated by Google overall. I am fed up with marketing and that whole mentality. Why do people want to be Google automatons?
I am starting two online shops. One for Ontario Exploration and the other for ASCII Artist. Both of those sites are still on WordPress due to the web resource directory I have built for them. Also, I'm just not feeling the patience to move all the images and figure out this and that to make them work on b2. The image thing on b2 is still bugging me, a lot. Really it shouldn't. It is just a matter of changing the way I create a post, adapting to different software. But, it did seem so much easier to add it while I wrote the post, instead of before or after. I guess I am just letting myself be stubborn about it.
Another change, I allowed Grammarly to attempt to take over my life. It feels that way, even though it just sits in every post window, waiting to boss me around and tell me I should be spelling everything in US spelling, not Canadian. I did not set it all up, registering with the site. If I had it might stop nagging me about every word I spell with Canadian spelling. I don't want to register and give my information to them. So, it will be a battle between trying to catch typos and getting fed up with being corrected.
On the homefront, outside of this computer, I am dealing with hoarding, trying to make myself exercise and other things. Go me.
Happy New Year! Possibly the last time I type that, until the end of this year.