And So It Begins. Again.
By P.D. Lesko
I meet with our web page programmer on a weekly basis. I can’t even begin to tell you all of the things I’ve learned about web page architecture, interactivity, design and upkeep since Ryan Sexton and I began working together almost eight years ago. During our last meeting, I commented that my 50th birthday is bearing down on me, and then said, “But you’re 30, right?” He laughed and corrected me. He’s 35. He is one of the most reliable people I’ve ever had work for me. When the server that hosts our AdjunctNation.com and Part-TimePress.com sites crashed, Ryan was able to get the site up and running. We’re still finding and correcting damage to the site from that outage, but that’s to be expected.
We were chatting about updating a particular feature to this site when Ryan suggested that we might launch a complete redesign of AdjunctNation. The site has been redesigned twice since 1992, when it launched. Each redesign has added interactivity and new features. The last major redesign included adding the Forums—one of the most visited spots on AdjunctNation.com, and opened up the article Archive. You may not have noticed it,
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