the New Tiaras and Trianon Experiment

Hey kids! Look who’s back! If you’re a regular around here, you know that your Blog Hostess tends to vanish for weeks sometimes only to reappear and post like a maniac. Let’s call it “Blog Bipolar,” for lack of a more flattering term.

How I wish this were a Tiara Time or a more brainy post discussing a famous woman in history but I’m drawing a blank. It’s really just a test of the Mars Edit software to see how it turns out upon publication.

Since everyone should be blessed with my opinion I can already say that this is MUCH easier for composing posts but I wish it were completely interactive. Meaning, it would be nice to see comments and reply from this platform instead of having to log into WordPress to do anything but compose.

Does anyone use MarsEdit or have a different software to recommend. What about those of you who went .org? How is that software compared to the online one? I’m begging for some feedback here. 

Anyway, continuing with the MarsEdit test, let’s add some media, see how that goes.

Khedive of Egypt Tiara

Okay! There’s the Khedive of Egypt Tiara. Centered. Blah blah. Let’s see if we can insert a video. Hmm. The Media Manager only offers the option to add media that is currently on your hard drive. Though it posts directly to your website, you don’t have access to your WP media library and definitely no YouTube interface.

Hmmm. If nothing else, let’s call this post a welcome back and a promise I’ll write about the Khedive Tiara next. 

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About ♔ la dauphiine ♔

Connecticut-based jewelry monger, history buff, Mets fan. On the hum-drum side, call me a lauded poet, novelist and ghost-writer. (That's right, I haunt prose.)
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One Response to the New Tiaras and Trianon Experiment

  1. e1aine says:

    Sadly I can offer no advice. But the tiara is very, very nice. (Ooh, that rhymes, I’m a poet!)

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