Finally I can access the weebly editor again. My internet slowed down over a week ago so I’ve only been able to load the mobile version of facebook and the text versions of everything else, but every time I tried to access weebly the browser just froze. It's not freezing anymore, but it's still dodgy and not up to speed. I really hate my internet provider.
On the up side, I found the Gutenberg Project, a website of free ebooks that are not copywrited anymore. I found it when looking for an ebook version of Les Miserables and it turned out to have quite a few classics that I’ve been wanting to read out of curiosity. So I’ve been spending the last two days downloading as many familiar-sounding books I could find and playing minesweeper on the computer while waiting for the epub files to slowly download.
Downloading large quantities of ebooks without worrying about how much internet I’m using up is really the only thing good about the slowdown. I’ve been needing to register for things for uni (post about all that later) and working out how to do all these things is stressful enough without super slow internet to increase the time you’re in suspense about whether something’s worked or not. There have been so many time when the page has just froze and refused to load further and working out how to work the library session booking system yesterday made me finally lose patience.
I wanted to deregister from a session and it wasn’t letting me. After many times logging off and then back on again I thought to actually read through all the things on the page before logging off. Turns out the computer had been asking me if I was sure and I’d been closing down the browser instead of clicking yes. It’s so much more frustrating when it’s your fault and not the computer’s.
So, yeah, I started a post just before the internet slowed down about uni and I should finish and post that soon. I haven’t posted for well over a month!