The stupid thing is this: I have 90% of an upgraded weblogging program written, something marketable to end users, but I'm still running 11111001111 under software I wrote almost three years ago (with minor updates). Under the new system, a slipup like below would not only be preventable, but easily repairable. Grr.
Anyways, wanna see what else I'm up to, on the freelance side? It's a cookbook submission engine, written for a friend's company. They're a charity who annually does a cookbook made up of internally-submitted recipes (so DON'T go submitting yours, please). Their internal IT department estimated 40 manhours to do a simple web-to-email form; I quoted 25 hours to so the submission form, online administration of submitted recipes, and electronic output of final product. That's $1,000 in my pocket, plus a much easier & classier product for the customer. Yay, me!