Just Pondering Part 696

wordpress.jpgI am fully aware of the fact that WordPress can be somewhat problematic at times — glitches come up from out of the woodwork like ghosts with the intentions of haunting your blog instead of you (But, that can be annoying at times).

This is what has been happening to me lately: I keep getting repeated notifications from the same person pertaining to liking my About page (Now, I highly doubt that person is really doing that).

Have you been receiving the same type of technical glitches? And, what are your views on all of this?

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5 responses to “Just Pondering Part 696

  1. Glitches seem to come and go, but on the whole it seems to work fairly smoothly for me, although I have to be honest I’m still practically stone age in my understanding of it all and will probably discover one day that I was doing it all wrong!! I guess we live to learn?

    Have a wonderful day my friend :)

  2. No not really other than my Reader has always been worthless so I don’t use it.

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