Some of you may have noted that the above blog post looked weird on Tuesday - sentences running past the end of the line, odd letters popping up here and there.
I have no idea what happened, but I have a clue as to WHY it happened.
You see, now that I have a - gasp - iPhone, I can theoretically post blogs on the road. (I am also 'tweeting', fer cryin' out loud).
I posted that entry from my iPhone, having originally typed it using an iPhone app called EVERNOTE. I cut-and-pasted it into the TypePad blogging software we use here, and it looked to be OK.
When I clicked on "View your Post", it did look a bit odd, but I figured that was just because I was viewing it on my iPhone as well.
But a loyal reader e-mailed me tonight to say it still looked odd, so I have fixed it using the trusty laptop.
I will try to come up with a better explanation and/or work-around, because blogging from the road is sort of the point of having an iPhone!
BTW, I do not seem to be able to use the 'classic' version of TypePad on the iPhone, which I find much easier to use than the so-called 'new and improved' version, so the likelihood of typos increases when I enter posts from the iPhone.
Also, it does not seem to be possible to assign 'multiple' categories to a post from the iPhone, as I can do from the laptop.
I'll see if I can figure that out too.
Any hints warmly welcomed!