Site Information (30-Oct-2020)

This page presents general information about the website:
  • It will always be the last entry in the menu.
  • New information will be added whenever necessary.
  • The date of the most recent addition or change will be reflected in the page title and menu entry.
  • New information entries will be dated and appear in reverse chronological order beginning immediately after this list.
October 30, 2020

I’m going to stop differentiating between links to my own articles and those outside of my website. I will use the same shade of blue for both.

September 12, 2020

WordPress released a new site editor this month. Adapting my work and style to the new editor has been and, for some time to come, will be “challenging”. The first change that my readers will see will appear on the main screen. The series of “YYYY Articles” menu entries with a single “Archives by Month and Year” entry that leads to a series of sub-menus.

February 19, 2019

I’ve decided that I don’t like the “Orange” that I’ve been using for intra-website articles. Instead of using the color opposite the “Blue” I use for extra-website articles, I’m going to try an adjacent color, “Purple“.

January 1, 2019

Beginning today, the URL [3] will open a Home Page containing:

  • The Title and Subtitle of the website
  • The current image of the website’s mascot
  • The website’s Main Menu

The Main Menu will be the only way to access all [4] website articles.

Older articles end with the link label [ Top ] … newer articles end with the more meaningful link label [ Main Menu ]. Both return to the Home Page.


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December 30, 2018

Superscripts following the pattern “[n]” are links to “End Notes” within the article in which they appear. Each “End Note” has a “Return to Point of Reference” link so that you can easily check the note, then return to reading where you left off.

Blue” or “Orange” text [1] represents a link to an “End Note” or reference article. The blue links connect to an external reference article or to an End Note. The orange links connect to reference articles within this website … articles that I’ve designed and written.


About the Author / Publisher

This is what I looked like in August of 2014. It’s the best recent picture I have.Terry August 2014 Retouched 150 I was born early in 1945. (Franklin Delano Roosevelt was President at the time.) I’m still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up. With this website, I’m trying out the roles of Writer, Editor, and Publisher.

The site is called “My Less Than Humble Opinion”. My opinions remain the site’s primary focus, but some ramblings have joined the rants. I have every intention of maintaining that mix.

While  I use this guy as my alter ego because he has an “I don’t care what you think” expression, Ostrich Base Image 150I do welcome discussion and even disagreement related to the content of any of my articles. If you disagree … or just want to add something to the discussion, scroll to the bottom of the article (below the PREVIOUS and NEXT buttons). You’ll find a comments box labeled “Leave a Reply“.

If you want to receive an e-mail notification whenever I publish an article,  lookFollow Button for the “Follow” button in the lower right corner of your Follow Options Menu 175screen. [2] Clicking on the three dots will open an options menu that lets you become a “Follower”.


Your Webmaster,
Terry A. Bahn


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End Notes
  1. The blue and orange text within quotes in the sentence containing the link to this End Note do not represent links.
    Return to Point of Reference

  2. If you don’t see the “Follow” button, scroll your screen up a bit. The button hides itself as you scroll down. Scrolling up brings it back.
    Return to Point of Reference
  3. The URL above is not  “hot”, but this one is:

    Return to Point of Reference
  4. If you are a “Follower” who is receiving an e-mail whenever I publish a new article, the title link in the e-mail will get you directly to that link.
    Some articles have links to other articles. Those links go directly to the article that the reference.
    Return to Point of Reference
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