I received this note from a reader:
When I go to your blog, the normal array of sidebar, header, etc., appears for two seconds, but then disappears, and then a full width post column appears with no sidebar and the header having been reduced to the title with no picture…
I haven’t seen that in any browser.
Another reader writes from London, saying:
Quick observation: I’m researching at the National Archives in London just now and their wireless network does not allow me to visit the websites of the Catholic Archdiocese of Westminster, the Anglican Diocese of London, and indeed your own blog, among others, because they fall under the category of “traditional religion” which, the server tells me, is “always filtered.” Well I’m sure glad that no researchers can have their research sullied by those anti-intellectual institutions. I do not know how far this filter reaches, nor whether it is the expressed policy of the NA to restrict access to religious sites, but in any case you can add this to the list of irritations of the week.
Also, it is time I ask about the blog on hand-help devices, phones and iPads, etc.
How’s it going?
I disabled the special iPad theme. The iPad should now load the regular blog theme.
(From my iPad.)
iTunes feed problems again.
I give up.