OK, I’ve updated this system to use the new Radio Userland 8.0, which should allow me to maintain it from my Mac OS X machine. Yippee!

It took me a while to get everything moved over from Windows, my FTP connection set up, and my page templates in place, but it’s now basically sorted. The new Radio looks like a very interesting piece of software, and I hope I’ll have some time to play with it more seriously.

Now, I can probably switch my home Windows machine off. It was only really there for two reasons. The first was as a Radio server until this version came along. The second was so that when members of my family call up about problems with their Microsoft software I could follow along at this end and describe the dialog boxes to them. I guess I’ll still need to turn it on for that.

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