Note that there is an automatic lockout on this site that cannot be turned off. If you end up traveling or just accessing the blog from different locations on your laptop you may get locked out, the way they do with credit cards like when Pam and Jim went down to the Bahamas on their honeymoon and Kevin got them locked out of using their card down there.
I will fix this annoyance if it happens as I continue learning how to administer this blog. In addition, I have updated the number of maximum number of places to access the blog from three to seven. This should help and largely prevent lockouts from happening.
In addition, the program we are using doesn’t seem to allow password changes. So, the only way to do that is to send me the new password you want and I will enter it manually. (My web guy and I can see passwords anyway, which is messed up but that seems to be the way it is).
I may get deeper in later and figure more out, but this will work for now so that you don’t get into the “I have 45 passwords” hell state.
The Problem with CI
Jeffrey Sachs was asked what the difference between people in Norway and in the U.S. was. He responded that people in Norway are happy and