I have to have this in place for technical reasons that are too mundane to go into here. It’ll be gone shortly.

Update: I need a plug-in that requires a password to access, that actually works if one inputs the password, and that doesn’t call attention to itself by putting a gigantic “Protected” header on the post. I’ve had 2 recent posts that I posted in order to set “last position” for The Map. I didn’t want to delete them after that function was no longer required because that deletes the comments, too. But there’s no simple way in WP to do that. The “Password-Protect Post” function actually eliminates access to comments even if the correct password is applied, which is blockheaded and in need of repair.

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6 Responses to

  1. annie says:

    I grow weary of it. When will it go away?

  2. Drew Bixcube says:

    I’ve come to love it, even depend upon it. Is there any way it can become an easter egg, accessible only to those, me, who have come to love it, even depend upon it, who know the correct arcane keystrokes?

  3. ectovan says:

    That’s hard to say. Can you break my Med/Surg instructor’s kneecaps for me? That would solve several of my problems. Until her knees become broken or 60,000 miles, I’m kind of in a bind, at least until spring break.

  4. ectovan says:

    There are already easter eggs on this site, for those of pure heart and true.

  5. ectovan says:

    re: password protection to get rid of the post while still maintaining access to comments.

    Nevermind, it doesn’t work the way I wanted it to. In fact, it doesn’t work on any level as near as I can tell. I’ll just delete the header to minimize it.

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