Category Archives: administration

Admin: Kiln Blog Is Gone

I’ve deleted the other blog from the server. I’m still working through all the links, but all the content from the other blog is now here, so nothing is actually lost. What this means is you can delete your bookmarks … Continue reading

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New URL Is Live

Okay, it looks like the new URL is working: Do What’s Right. Also, I’ve set up the G Suite services so you can email me at ehurst@soulkiln.blog — this is now the preferred means of email contact. I’ll be adding … Continue reading

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Announcing New Elder

Welcome our new parish elder: Jay DiNitto. You can get to know more about him by hanging out on his blog. It was an easy choice for me to invite him onboard and you’ll discern why quickly enough. He’s different … Continue reading

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What’s Going On 06

Just a little administrivia: I’ve finally finished the review of my notes on Matthew’s Gospel. I’ve posted it here. You can save that single webpage as a file and all the formatting is included. I’ve also added a new permanent … Continue reading

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Admin: Kiln Blog Is Back Up

FYI, I finally managed to wade through the peculiarities of the latest iteration of cPanel and fixed the WordPress install because Tim is still struggling to update SAFARI and get it installed. So for now, Kiln blog is back up … Continue reading

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Cut-off Warning

I find quite plausible this story projecting Internet disruptions. Indeed, the linked article is merely one of the easiest to read, as the warnings are all over the tech sites I read. The problem is that consumers have a bunch … Continue reading

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Admin: New Project

While waiting for Tim to get his leased server space moved to another machine, and then to setup my blog with SAFARI, I felt compelled to start a new project. I’m hoping to reach a different audience that might be … Continue reading

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