What happens when the stubbornly self-sufficient, know-it-all president of a small company decides it’s time for a web site upgrade? He breaks the Internet — really bad. That’s what I did earlier this week. I digitally zigged when I should have zagged. I killed our company’s web presence during our busiest week of the year. Not only did I take us off-line at a very inopportune time, I didn’t really have time to fix it. Four days and three sleepless nights later I have about 50% of our content back on-line, including all the important stuff, notably our images.
Going forward I plan to use this blog to post news about our schedules and events, maybe an occasional story from some of our adventures. No how-to articles. No vainglorious musings about how I invented the spiritual nature of photography. I don’t want to break the Internet again.
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