Update (2009.3.11): OK, things are back to normal for now. I've still got to make some changes to the code, but I have a quick fix that will keep things working until I can get around to installing the development environment and doing things the right way. All you need to know, I suppose, is that Liminality is back in action.
This one is going to be very brief, but it’s important. If you’ve been around here the past few days, you’ll probably have noticed that the site is a bit on the broken side. The front page is still visible, of course, but none of the links to any other part of the site do—even though they display the proper URL in the location field, they point right back here.
The reason for this is that my host recently performed an upgrade, and some of the code that runs this site is apparently not compatible any longer. I have a basic idea of what’s probably wrong, but I don’t know what exactly is wrong, and I don’t have the time to go fishing around at the moment. I also don’t have the necessary offline development environment set up, and that’s something I’m going to have to do before I try to fix this problem. Even though I think I know basically what’s wrong, I haven’t coded in a while, and it’s probably going to take a lot of debugging and messing around before I can get things working again—and this is not something I want to be doing on a live site.
So, the long and short of it is that I am aware of the problem, and I am trying to fix it, but my schedule is swamped until next week (I have three separate—and major—deadlines coming up at the end of the week/beginning of next week), so things will not likely change much until then. I apologize for the inconvenience, particularly to those who came here to read my article on liminality. All I can say is: check back in about a week or so, and things should hopefully be back to normal.