Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Herts Genealogy survived 2016. Will 2017 be better?

A year ago I reviewed the challenges to my time and how they might affect this web site.  I set the top priority as keeping fit and despite one dramatic incident,  involving a ride in an ambulance, which proved not too serious, my physical heath has continued at a reasonable level for my age. In particular the use of a fitbit with reasonable targets (8000 steps most days a week - and an average of 20 minutes brisk walking or a swim) kept me on the move.

As expected activity on the Genealogy in Hertfordshire web site decreased in 2016. I have definitely abandoned all attempts to move the maintenance of the site to Windows 10 because of software "old age" problems - which means that keeping the site running means keeping the desktop computer with the master copy operational as long as possible. One side effect of my decreased activity is that very little money has been raised in the year for the mentally ill of Hertfordshire compared with previous years.

As for the coming year I hope to keep things rolling along - but there may well be periods of several weeks where the site will have to take a back seat - and I may well concentrate on posting up some of the more important historical research stuck in the pipeline and try to avoid spending too much time on completely new research.

And a P.S. Various matters have kept me very busy over Christmas and the New Year - to the point that this message was prepared to go out on January 1st - and somehow got forgotten ....

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