I apologize for going a bit off topic in terms of my usual subject matter, but after I was struck by an alarmingly common wordpress glitch, my posts disappearing, for no apparent reason, moments after I hit the "publish" button, I felt the need to draw attention to this issue. This morning I wrote a blog post, and then it unexplainably disappeared into the ether, never to be seen again, not even in my drafts folder. I wasted an hour of the usual freelance writing daily routine scrambling to retrieve it, and reading forums, that revealed that unfortunately, for some reason, this is happening on wordpress a lot, because of a glitch in the system. If you've ever lost a draft of something you spent a long time on you know that it makes throwing that computer that wasn't exactly cheap, across the room momentarily feel like the most rational activity in the world. As I type this I sincerely hope that it won't happen to me twice in one day. Wordpress is a good system but its autosave feature can sometimes, unpredictably behave in a glitchy fashion; if you have a wordpress blog, save, save a lot, or use a tip I found online: save everything to Google Drive as a backup, just in case, so that if wordpress crashes, at least it's still there. Weebly is my third web platform, that I've used for my writing. When I set it up I heard that it has a blog feature. At one point I considered switching my blog from wordpress to Weebly (I already have a weebly hosted website, and I'm also currently setting up a website for my boyfriend's company on Weebly,) but I switched my blog from blogspot to wordpress last spring, and I'm not so sure I want to switch again. There are ways to remedy this issue, but for some reason none of them seem to be working for me: (maybe it's just my computer and/or internet, I don't know.) All I know is that I don't want WordPress to glitch out, and lose my blog post, ever again.