Well, that’s a bummer

I haven’t been too careful about consolidating my online presence in terms of my craftiness. I have let certain mailing list memberships and website logins lapse, apparently, and now I can’t find a history of some of my work. This makes for sadness. 😦

I was a member of CyberStitchers some time ago, but I think they must have deleted my account. I have been banging my head against the login page for weeks, now. Finally I looked up the list of stitchers in the USA, and I am not listed, so I guess all the pictures of my work are gone.

I then went to all my old yahoo photo albums … to discover Yahoo deleted them in favor of Flickr. I was not on the ball enough to transfer those albums over to Flickr, so all those photos are gone as well.

Oh well. My fault, really. Let this be a lesson that should you have an online presence, and you want to be able access your work in future: MAINTAIN those accounts, and perhaps CONSOLIDATE them.

Published by Beth

I reside in North Carolina with my husband Fred and am acclimating to a new area after 13 years in Pittsburgh. In the past few years I have completely changed my life (and I couldn't do it without support from family and friends). I now work as a writer and editor, and my favorite topics to write about are how to live a more positive life, book reviews, and sharing my crafts. Welcome! By the way, following links on this post may result in my earning a small fee. As an Amazon Affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases.

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