If you are a reader who visits through a cell phone, truly…
You have my most sincere apology for the heck I put you through on a regular basis.
Yes, I installed a smartphone-friendly plugin for the blog that was supposed to improve the appearance of the blog when viewed from a smartphone.
That doesn’t mean I’d ever actually visited the blog that way.
Tonight, we went ahead and both bought LG Optimus-V phones on the Virgin Mobile network. These are Android 2.2 phones, and our monthly plan has unlimited internet and text.
Obviously, the second thing I did was visit the blog. (First was to check my email).
The blog loaded up looking… interesting. No banner picture, just post titles.
I made the mistake of visiting my most recent Bearwall diatribe.
The page opened easily enough, and I scrolled down the text.
And scrolled. And scrolled.
I’m serious. I’m really sorry. When I check my Bearwalls on a widescreen monitor at my desk, they seem annoyingly long but reasonable.
Trying to read them on a smartphone, they are an offense committed against both nature and God, and should be struck down with heavenly fire.
I promise, I will try… TRY to rein myself in henceforth, and drive myself to greater heights of brevity.
Good lord, after reading that massive textbomb, I’m lucky nobody ever visited one of my “Greet the Bear” events and just walked right up and punched me square in the mouth without saying a word.