Say you think Manhattan should be on the West Coast, so you move it. Daunting? Sort of.
But that’s what it’s been like to move a major part of Mises.org to a bigger, faster, more ginormous box, a process that has consumed us for a couple of weeks. The always-amazing David Veksler is getting married on Saturday (wedding site) so he has trained the young enterprise-software padwan Isaiah Houston, who has been an earnest and creative student.
As regards David, it’s not a good way to start a new life to spend one’s days before a wedding managing Mises.org from an iPhone. So David has had to depend heavily on Isaiah, and Isaiah has also had to get used to working with the old team of Brandon, BK Marcus, Doug French, and me, but he has been a great sport about it all.
The sticking point late last night was the blog–security is so tight these days that just managing server gives you the feeling of safe cracking–so we have done the DNS Two Step and moved back and forth, which accounts for why today some people will see what’s new and some will only see what’s old. In time, all things will come together for the good of all.
Here’s to the future, of David and Sarah, of Mises.org, of young Isaiah and the readers of Mises.org!