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Posts Restored – Back to the Present

Many of you have noticed a blast from the past on my blog.  Back in Feb 2013, my host server crashed and I had to back up my blog and try to restore it.  I picked, thinking that was a good choice.  Well, it didn’t restore all my posts–I was missing about 150 of […]

I’m Back!

Sorry I’ve been gone so long.  A severe server crash caused my website to be unavailable for quite some time, but thanks to my brother, we were able to resurrect most of my posts and comments.  Many of my photos have disappeared, and I’ll try to add those as I get to them.  Anyway, thanks […]

Day 2 of MHA 2011

I absolutely love the Mormon History Association conferences.  It is wonderful to talk to all the people that I have been writing about the past few years!  I’ve eaten lunch with Newell Bringhurst, breakfast with Richard Bushman, and received advice from Rick Turley, Gary Bergera, Armand Mauss and Barbara Walden.  Only John Hamer seems to […]

The Wentworth Letter

I posted my initial impressions of the Kindle over at Wheat and Tares.  One of the coolest “books” I received at Amazon for free was the Wentworth Letter.  For those of you who don’t know, Joseph Smith wrote a history of the church to John Wentworth, the editor of a newspaper called the Chicago Democrat in […]

Trying to figure out Social Networking

Ok, I created a Facebook page a few months ago, and was amazed at the increase in page views.  So, I’m now on Twitter too, and decided to update my GoodReads by adding a new page here about the books I’ve read, am reading, or want to read.  So, feel free to add me as […]

MH Can Now be read on your Mobile Phone

Ok, I did some blog changes recently, and now I have a plugin so you can read my blog much easier on your mobile phone.  I used the MobilePress plugin (see this page for more info).  I’m also looking for a good widget or plug in so I can be notified when someone makes a […]

My 100th Post

The Faithful Dissident recently had a post commemorating her 1st anniversary as a blogger.  Since I let my 1st anniversary pass without fanfare (in January), I decided to do a sort of anniversary when I reached my 100th post.