Tag Archives: admin

Back in Action

The previous domain name (soulkiln.blog) is gone and I have no intention of bringing it back. No one bothered to tell me I had to kill the redirect myself, since it was all set up automatically in the first place. … Continue reading

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Gone Live: Radix Fidem Blog

We have moved primary operations to Radix Fidem Blog (radixfidem.blog). Change your bookmarks. This blog will revert to the original free version with the old URL (jehurst.wordpress.com). Change your bookmarks accordingly. Also, be aware that this blog is not dead, … Continue reading

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Admin: Changing Domain Name

FYI, I think we’ve decided to change the the blog to a new domain name. The blog hosted where it now is will revert to the old URL (jehurst.wordpress.com) and the content will remain in place. Nothing will be lost … Continue reading

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Heads-up: Blog Changes Coming

The Lord is at work in my life. I’ve made the decision to move this blog to another service. For the past two years I’ve been paying WordPress to host this thing. Meanwhile, they’ve been shutting down blogs that I … Continue reading

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Updated and Renewed

Thanks to recent donations, I was able to renew this blog and the G Suite account attached to it. The domain name comes with it. We are good for another year.

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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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The Furnishings

(This post was imported from another blog that no longer exists.) I wanted to orient my regular readers to this display theme. There aren’t that many free ones offered once you run WordPress on your own service and I felt … Continue reading

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