Title pretty much says it all, huh?
I was away from the blog for so long that the blogger interface changed while I was gone. Not sure if I like it that much. They simplified it in a way that makes it less friendly to use.
Years ago, I was using a front-end blogging tool that only worked on Windows. The blog interviews were put up that way, or at least the ones I did around 2011 were. What was that package called? Windows Live Writer? Since I switched over to Linux machines years ago, WLW was no longer an option, and I never could find a blogging tool that was useful to me, so I just went to the default blogger interface. Better than nothing.
We had a storm day today. Schools were cancelled throughout the province. Not that it mattered because we didn't even set foot outside. I didn't even sleep in that late, rising around 7:30. We had a nice breakfast. Patricia cooked a bunch of extra food in case the power went out (it went out, briefly, twice).
Tomorrow I will make a relatively proper English breakfast with eggs, sausage, toast, beans, coffee, and hash browns. Maybe something else if I think of it.
As I told you yesterday, the new issue of Frank Magazine hits stores this week. I suggest you read my article if you read nothing else. It has the latest information about the 1955 murder of Michael Resk. It is the oldest cold case listed with the province Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program, by far. Mr. Resk was murdered in 1955, 65 years ago.
For decades there has been no new information. Last month, I produced an article that provided new data, and this week, another two articles are coming out. For one thing, I name who I think the murderer was. It is a name bandied about for may years now. What I learned is that this man's name has been linked to the Resk murder almost since day one, but nobody has ever come out and said it in print until my article a month ago.
I also located a previously-unpublished photo of Michael Resk. One never seen before. So there is that, too.
Anyway, check it out and let me know what you think.
I see that my computer has realized that some updates need to be applied to make sure that the OS is up to date, so I will call it a night. It's a night.
That joke never gets old.
See you tomorrow.