The previous iteration of Brainstorm Warning was hosted by PowWeb. I scrapped the previous site, which was based on Joomla, when I opened an account with MediaLayer (my current web hosting provider) and built a new site based on WordPress. As any cautious web site owner would do, I waited until I was certain the new site was in full working order to cancel my old web hosting account–which I did today.
Well, I’ve been threatening to post some of my short-short stories online for a while now and I’ve finally done it.
Want to read it? You’ll have to register an account first.
Once you’re registered, WordPress will send me an alert e-mail. Once I update your account (moving you from the Subscriber role to the Friend role, for those who are curious about how things work behind the scenes), you’ll be able to view private posts–including “Subway,” a short-short story I wrote in April.
If you have any problems registering an account, post a comment or send me an e-mail and I’ll get to work fixing whatever’s wrong.
Expect to see more “Private post alerts” in the future as I can’t (yet) find a way to get private posts to show on RSS feeds for users with Friend-level access.
I’ve installed and configured WordPress, Gallery2, WPG2, and OpenDB. Time for a break.
And then! Content. Stay tuned.
Behold, the return of Brainstorm Warning! Bear with me as I get the site set up properly.