I've reformatted this here blog. Now each of the entries has its own page like 2009/06/14.html, in addition to being included in the whole-month view 2009/06/. I did this mostly because sites like Facebook that have a "post this link" command don't really know what to make of entries where the "permalink" for a URL has an #anchor on it: they would end up excerpting the text of the first entry of the month rather than the entry you intended to post. So this should help with that, I guess.
I still steadfastly refuse to put the newer entries at the top instead of the botom of the month-view, though. All modern blogging software does that, but it's just dumb. I do not approve. Who reads that way??
> Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
> > Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
> > > Yes.
> > > > Is top-posting bad?
Speaking of Facebook, they recently added "user names", the ability to have more sensible URLs for your pages, but they will only let you set the name of a business page if you have more than 1,000 "fans". The DNA Lounge Facebook page hasn't hit 1,000 yet, so how about you go "fan" it so they will let me change that URL? Your prompt compliance is appreciated.
The "Save DNA Lounge" Facebook group has several thousand members, so I guess I've been doing a better job of hyping that one...