This blog has come to an end in its current form. A new and updated version is now online at www.trialectics.net. The new blog has a new domain name (.com will be replaced by .net) as well as a new layout. The updated software structure will make the website faster, much more readable, and easier to maneuver. It is now optimized for small mobile devices with higher resolutions. Trialectics.net is ready for the next version of WordPress, which will be a revolutionary update to the whole WordPress infrastructure (Version 5).
The Website you are reading now was started in 2000 with a Microsoft Software package called “Frontpage.” Within ten years, it grew to around 20,000 monthly visitors, and in October 2011 I began to rebuild it from scratch and transformed it into a blog based on the WordPress platform. The current design was created in August 2013, and it has now reached its end of life because website technology and the Internet keeps changing fast. The traffic has increased to a point where a more powerful web server is necessary. The new blog also has a new provider specializing in WordPress.
The current website, www.trialectics.com, will stay online for another two to three years, but will not be updated anymore. In the final year
I hope you are curious enough to head over to the new site. I am thankful for any feedback. Thank you for visiting!