Why Must You Change?

Pray tell, WordPress. I liked you a lot better before you decided to morph into unfamiliar territory.

I like the old Stats page.

I like and still use the WordPress editor I’ve used for the past two years.

I like the Reader the way it was before.

In a nutshell, I can’t deal with change. I don’t know how to cope. Send me a boat or a plane. Actually, that won’t work because I need to go back in time. Anyone have a time machine?


22 thoughts on “Why Must You Change?

  1. I still use the old editor, too. The new way is more complicated. I have to say that I was surprised to log on this morning and see a different layout. I’m not sure how I feel about it, yet. I do think it’s interesting that they decided to add an estimated time to read for each post. Apparently, your post is only about 30 seconds long to read. I don’t know why that’s important though.

      1. Hey, I’ve just found it… the time machine that is. Right what I’ll do is send a message from the past to prove it. Now bear in mind, you may already have received this message, because I’ll be sending it from the past… I know this can be a little bit confusing at first, but you get used to it, in time (lol… did I really just say, in time) 😀

      2. Of course it does… I just proved it. you received a message before this one stating that it was the message I sent after I found it… that proves it! Otherwise, logically, you would have received the message about me finding it first and then the other… see? 😀

    1. Thank goodness they changed it a bit from the first update. I hated the one from before where the blog author was at the bottom. That being said I’m not fond of the Reader right now.

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