Don’t worry, you can change this later.

There are numerous WordPress blogs, so picking a name can be daunting.  To defer the issue, we are prompted for a blog name with the caveat “Don’t worry you can change this later.”  I have to wonder how many change, how many want to change, how many wished they had changed.

If marketing and SEO were a concern, nothing should get done until this little bit of branding is resolved.  But with a wry smile, for my purposes, I easily settled.  I have to wonder though, if there is a design consideration here for content authors.  For I note my own human behaviour mirrored  by others on the planet.

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Sound familiar?

Blog name: __________ Don’t worry, you can change this later.

  • MutedVoice (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • InSilence (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • Cancer (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • recnac (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • Corruption (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • xyzzy (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • DontWorry (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • Worry (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • ChangeThisLater (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • YouCanChange (taken) Don’t worry, you can change this later.
  • DontYouChange Bingo! Good enough.

Maybe, occasionally, our words have more power than we suspect.

By the way, I have cancer.


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Admittedly, I am a novice at WordPress. Being a novice has certain advantages. I see the world differently than the experts do. Actually, I am an expert in the field of data architecture. Being an expert can be frustrating and amusing. Imagine what a neurosurgeon would think if an ordinary person off the street decided to perform brain surgery. When it comes to blogging, I am that ordinary person, untrained and garrish as a writer. I empathize with someone like Andy Rooney, God bless his soul. You can never be too old to be frivolous or too young to feel burdened. The world is an ironic place. It's not hard to see if you look for it.
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