We’re Back (Sort of)

If we have any readers left, they will be pleased to know that Neumatikos.org has been changed to Neumatikos.net.

Long story short: This has been one incredibly busy half-year. There have been the normal hurdles of moving, taking a new job, joining a new church, and (oh yes) a baby on the way. In addition, taking up a position teaching Latin to 4th-9th graders has been a hugely consuming challenge. Hence, the lack of blogging from me.

In all the hurley-burley, I didn’t notice that our domain registration was about to expire. In my defense, I don’t think I would have noticed otherwise: the notification email was sent to an address that we don’t use anymore. (Then again, that’s not a very good vindication, is it?) After your name expires, you get something like two weeks to re-register and keep your old name. Our two weeks went by and somebody else bought up the name, apparently with the intent of capitalizing on that huge readership we had built up. I hope that works out for her.

We wracked our brains and dot-net instead of dot-org was the best new name we could come up with (sorry folks). After that, what with it being the end of the semester, it took me a month to figure out how to get the .htaccess file to stop redirecting everything from .net back to the .org site. Finally, on Christmas day, I had the spare mind space and got it done.

And here we are. We’ll see about improving the communication. Valerie wants to make some design changes. As far as posting goes… I don’t know what your hopes should be. I have this theory that the more you do a thing, the better you get at it, and that eventually it shouldn’t take up all your time, but that hasn’t really worked out for me yet. Vee shall see.

Author: KB French

Formerly many things, including theology student, mime, jr. high Latin teacher, and Army logistics officer. Currently in the National Guard, and employed as a civilian... somewhere

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