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It hasn’t been easy lately, what with my extremely stressful new job and the change from Daylight Savings Time, which results in it being dark in the morning when I leave for work and dark again when I return home at night. … Continue reading
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Above image by Andrew Tarvin *** I just have to share a post with my readers — it ties in so well with my October 22 post on statistics. The following was published just this morning (November…
This post was originally published in October, 2013. At that time, I had less than 50 followers and averaged only a few views per day. While my readership has grown significantly since then, I’m sad to say that WordPress has not changed … Continue reading