How to Become a Failure at Blogging

Blog from an iPad. I just flagged my own blog as mature. This is a compliment if addressed to a human being but a very negative thing when you qualify a blog this way.

I have very small fingers, too. Imagine what people with bigger fingers go through if they try to harness iPads for their blogging needs.

At least, I hope everybody appreciates my unwavering dedication to blogging in view of this hardship.

8 thoughts on “How to Become a Failure at Blogging”

  1. Small fingers?
    It said a lot: “I have very small fingers”. I mean not re IPads.
    I never look at faces, cant remember the names.
    I am watching the hands and that’s it– i know one for sure 🙂

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  2. I’ve been trying to figure out why I can’t blog from my iPad. When I open a “New Post” window in WordPress and start typing into it, I can’t see any letters. I’m using the Safari browser when I try this. Is there something obvious (and perhaps stupid?!) that I’m missing?

    I’ve typed some real disasters on the iPad – and that’s only on Facebook, where the posts are short – so I’m not entirely sure I should be turned loose on WordPress without a real keyboard. But it would be nice to have the option.

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    1. I thinl you need to tap the text window insistently. I also heard there is an app for worpress blogging on ipad. I havent tried it myself yet, though.

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      1. Thanks! I just tried tapping it rather viciously. I get suggested words from the autofill function, so something is going in, yet displaying as blank.

        I’m off to look for that app.

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        1. Yeah, the app sounds like a good idea.

          I am pretty sure that the wordpress backend is using some technology that Apple does not want to support on their devices (Becaus they are douchebags).

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  3. I have very small fingers, too. Imagine what people with bigger fingers go through if they try to harness iPads for their blogging needs.
    I have said bigger fingers and trying to use a smartphone with touchscreen is hard enough as it is.

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