Digital Loss and Gain


Well, you’ll never guess what happened. After making a great clamorous noise about this website last month and imploring anyone I knew to visit, a grave error occurred and it vanished entirely. And the world became in that one moment, a little darker.

If I’d been born in 19th century America, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow might have given me this conciliatory advice:

“But who shall dare
To measure loss and gain in this wise?
Defeat may be victory in disguise;
The lowest ebb is the turn of the tide.”

It seems very pretentious of him quote his own poem, but there you go. You have to admire his instant grasp of web hosting issues in any case.

Anyway. I have toiled to replace the citadel and can present you with this shiny updated site, featuring an even bigger picture of me this time around.

Thank you to Digital Dad for doing the behind-the-scene MAGIC that means RJ 2.0 now is safe from casually disappearing.

Or is it?


My previous post is now lost in the ether, but to sum up – 2016 was all right, 2017 looks better. Hurrah. News to follow soon regarding the show I’m currently working on Return of the Wizword. Exciting. That’s it for now, talk soon.