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There are ADS in posts on My WordPress.com Blog, Now?

HOLY CRAP!

I came back to post on my blog and I find out that WordPress.com now posts ads in My blog?  

I’m done.

F U WordPress!  I’ll transfer My domain name back to my own service at DomainHostmaster.com and put up a Blogger site.  

YOU ARE GOING TO SPAM MY BLOG WITHOUT PERMISSION WHEN I AM ALREADY TRYING TO SUPPORT YOU WITH THE LITTLE BIT OF BUSINESS THAT I CAN AFFORD? 

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October 17, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Progress for the sake of Progress?

WordPress is certainly changing…  and just like with Blogger I am not happy with the changes.  

It isn’t a big deal, I can still find myself around the interface and all, but it’s all very unfamiliar and unfriendly to me.  I liked things as they were and moving the OS all around and putting the same options in different places just is not even intuitive.

Don’t get me wrong, as a designer I recognize that we should push the boundries of design.  But when you have spent some time away from the blog and return and everything is different and you have to look around and think when everything was second hand, and you posted freely before, you get a little put-off by all this user interface magic.

There is nothing new here, it is all just changed around.  WTF?  How is that beneficial?

Then, because I am so miffed and disturbed by all these changes on what was a friendly place to go post on my blog…. I left for a while, again.  But wanting to revisit and update My blog I return and everything is different in the blog dashboard/control-panel YET AGAIN?  It hadn’t really been all that long?  

I’m starting to get dizzy with these non-improvements.  The new blog entry editor pops ABOVE the blog?  Ad you only have a tiny window in the editor, with no chance to update the text field window gadget?  That seems a bit backward to me.  Everyone uses text fields that you can drag around and make larger, now.  And if you “pop-out” the editor window, it is still the same size.  You can make the window itself larger, but the text field size won’t budge!?  WTF?

C’MON MAN!

This is a joke.  Stop trying to be pretty, WordPress, I want functionality.  I just so happen to hate tiny little text field windows unless I can drag them farther open.  But look, this is not a step forward, it is a step back.  

Why do I even bother?

October 17, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment