It’s been a very interesting month at Rachael’s Centre with both highs and some lows. We are in the process of moving our website, RachaelsCentre.org, between companies. A wide world of web technology that I use everyday but never bothered to wonder about that fearful question: how does this stuff really work? Like most technology in my life (I must admit, including the can opener and my clock), I easily benefit from them daily but never bother to learn what makes them do what they do. The high points of all of this have been learning an enormous amount about cyberspace, internet, global communicating and how it works. The low parts have been, as usual, I learn about it when something goes wrong.
We haven’t had access to add many videos to our website so I had a crash course in how we’ve been adding videos all along. We haven’t been able to edit and make corrections to things and…again…crash course.
I believe we are at the end of the ‘moving’ journey and everything should return to normal very soon but I’d like to apologize to those visitors on our website for not having our usual growth of materials these last few weeks. Probably the greatest moment of learning for me was concluding that moving your ‘home’ on the internet is just as stressful and just as loaded with unexpected dilemmas as moving your home in the real world.
Thank you to everyone for your patience and to everyone on my Team at Rachael’s Centre, thanks for adding what was needed to complete our cyber-move.
Word to the wise – the cyber couch is just as heavy as the real one is…
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