Oops! My Bad…

Last night, I paid a long-overdue visit to Sinespace, and I honestly don’t know how I did it, but somehow I had landed up using a version of the Sinespace client with an older user interface, which I mistook for being a brand new one, which of course I blogged about! Adam Frisby quickly contacted me via Discord to point out my mistake, and I landed up deleting that blogpost within twenty minutes of publishing it.

So yeah, that was my Wednesday night. No, you weren’t seeing things; there was (briefly) a new blogpost which got quickly taken down. (Those of you who subscribe to my blog via email will have received a record of my folly, which you might want to frame and hang as a permanent memento of my misdeed.)

Sorry, Sinespace! Sorry, guys! Sometimes, you just royally screw things up. I have no idea what happened to my Sinespace setup to resurrect the old UI, but I will be doing a fresh install of the client, from scratch, in order to get things back to normal.

You can expect that I will resume my sponsored blogposts about Sinespace. Adam Frisby and his team have been hard at work on a new release, with lots of new features (and he kindly shared this public list with me). And Breakroom (Sinespace’s platform for educational, corporate, and conference use) has been busy too; yesterday was the final day of the virtual Guanajuato International Film Festival, which was held on the platform.

Stay tuned! More Sinespace (and Breakroom) news to come soon.

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