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Programming Note: HBT Mobile should be working now

Oct 28, 2010, 5:57 PM EDT

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I’m a scared old man, so I don’t access the Internet via mobile devices. I’m told a person can lose their soul that way. But there are a lot of you who use such voodoo, apparently, and many of you have told me that HBT’s mobile feed — or app, or subroutine, or happenstance or whatever it is — has been on the fritz since we switched over to WordPress a couple of weeks ago.  For that we offer our apologies.

But we also offer good news: it’s fixed now!  At least that’s what the elves back in the workshop are telling me. And who knows? Maybe they’re lying. They know I don’t use the mobile stuff either, so they could simply be telling me what I want to hear. It wouldn’t be the first time they’ve messed with me. Like last week then they told me it was the blog’s casual day and I spent all afternoon wearing Dockers while everyone else had dress clothes on.

But if you are one of those mobile users, please check it out now and let us know if it’s not back on track.  We’ll forward any and all complaints to Information Retrieval, and I’m sure they’ll process it in short order.

  1. Utley's Hair - Oct 28, 2010 at 6:30 PM

    Oh, please, Craig. You’re a lawyer, so you have no soul for it to steal–which might just piss it off. But, since when do you wear anything other than a bath robe? Eating boogers is better that way.

  2. Innocent Bystander - Oct 28, 2010 at 9:13 PM

    Thank you! I needed that. Solitaire is only mildly amusing during work breaks. I’ll be glad to be back in the loop.

  3. lar @ wezen-ball - Oct 29, 2010 at 9:03 AM

    It works – as in the content is there – but there are no paragraph breaks in the text, so it’s a bit unwieldy to read. Also, the Cover it Live app may or may not break it – I can’t tell.

  4. Innocent Bystander - Nov 5, 2010 at 12:53 PM

    Went funky today. Half of the post shows and then ends with elipse (…). They all say “Page 1 of 1″ so there’s no way to continue to the rest of the info.

  5. Innocent Bystander - Nov 9, 2010 at 9:21 PM

    Argh! Worked fine this morning. Then I could only read headlines all afternoon.

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