DOES TURLEY BLOG NEED A NIP AND TUCK?

250px-Ijn_surgeonIt comes to all of us with age. As hairlines recede and waistlines expand, cosmetic surgery becomes more attractive. While this blog is just around 2 years old, in human-to-blog years that is almost middle aged. In the last few weeks, various regulars have suggested that the site needs work to handle the large number of visitors and entries. This is an attempt to see what you would like to do with the site. I view this site as belonging to all of the regulars and I would like to solicit your thoughts on changes that you would like to see from different cosmetic touches to different structure. This entry will also allow discussion of those things (not people) that you least like.

I cannot promise immediate changes (I am swamped in litigation), but it seems like the regulars would like to see some changes in structure etc. Remember: I am a chimp. I have little skills or knowledge in this field.

Everything is on the table (beyond my removal and forced retirement), so do not hesitate to recommend anything from the most mundane to the most magnificent.

89 thoughts on “DOES TURLEY BLOG NEED A NIP AND TUCK?”

  1. Its like you learn my mind! You appear to grasp a
    lot approximately this, like you wrote the e-book in it or something.
    I think that you simply can do with some p.c.
    to drive the message home a bit, but instead of that, this is magnificent blog.

    A fantastic read. I will definitely be back.

  2. perhaps add these: conservatory, nursery, and kitchen,…
    place for a hammock

    i love the way this place uses its gray water.

  3. Buddha writes: Nice job, GWLSMom. Glad to have a face to go with name.

    thanks doll.

  4. Leo writes:
    Hey, you done it! In black n’ white no less.

    me: thanks for the step-by step.
    I still can’t figure out why facebook is so popular but now I have an avatar. I feel so superior to what felt like just a few hours ago. I may have actually become somewhat younger in my pursuit of relevance.
    not as young as I was in this picture taken of me with black and white film using a Roleiflex on the island of Mykonos when I was 20 and living in a cave. In those days, one computer filled a huge room and we had to write letters to people we loved because stamps cost almost nothing and phone calls were hugely expensive. and now, no one writes letters anymore. The phone is practically free and can all hide behind the relative anonymity of the internet and say the most horrid things to each other, things we’d never put into an actual letter and mail or say out loud to people who might be valuable to us in one way or another.
    I liked the girl I was back then. She was unafraid and had lots of courage. The world was mysterious and everyone she met had a story that was worth collecting and she collected the stories like some people collect stamps.
    and now its almost 40 years late and she has a avatar. who’d have guessed.

  5. buddha et al.

    Do you know if you can turn your WordPress avatar OFF if you do not want to display it on certain other WP sites different from this site?

    In other words, does your thumbnail avatar *always* display on any WordPress site with which you post with the same screen name or even with a different screen name?

  6. GWLawSchoolMom,

    If you scroll to the very bottom of the page screen of our blawg and then click on “Blog at WordPress.com” you can set up an account with just an e-mail address. Then you can also click on “Gravatar” on your Dashboard page to get your own avatar through WorkPress and that thumbnail is coupled with WordPress wherever you travel and post on the Internet/Web.
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