I just noticed that, in the time shown for posts and comments, the month-number appears in place of the minutes. From the format settings it seems to be a WordPress bug. It’s not the host or PHP, because in WordPress admin pages the time is correct.
April 9 is CSS Naked Day, a concept amusing enough that I installed the WordPress plugin to comply with it. As I should have expected, it makes this blog rather less readable than it was before I converted from Blogger and learned enough CSS to make WordPress’s (then) default template less ugly. Back then, I used <h#> and <hr> tags for visual structure; whups, that’s all gone. Next time I fiddle with my Theme, I should give such things some attention. Meanwhile I’ll just turn off the Naked Day plugin.
Anita Rowland, a blogger who linked to this humble effort several times in its more energetic first year, died of cancer in December.
(If I were still in the habit of reading blogs, I might have known that before now.)
Fellow WordPress users! If you find that bits of Unicode in your archives have recently (=in version 2.2 or later) become illegible, comment out these lines in wp-config.php:
define('DB_CHARSET', 'utf8'); define('DB_COLLATE', '');