Jonathan: My toes are going numb, my ankles are stiff and my knees are completely unresponsive after an all-day maintenance and upgrade session on websites. Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been taking part in a series of ‘webinars’ on Digital Tourism – ie tourism-related websites. Denise and I have six WordPress-based websites and corresponding Facebook and Google+ pages, so that’s a lot to keep me busy. Mostly of the time spent on these is about content (such as this post), but from time to time I need to review the ‘environment’ I’m working in: technology, of course, but also the trends in different interest/business and geographical domains. Oh, nearly forgot: and what the competition are doing! Thus the webinars – and staying up very late into the night on research and planning the work required. Today I’ve been implementing the plan. With each website down for up to a few hours, and the risk of unexpected problems, I’ve had to work fast but calmly, with intense concentration, for hours on end. I used to work like this all the time, on highway and tram design, but these days I find the hours of concentration very tiring. Staying focussed when things go awry is crucially important (also true of my former work in civil engineering!) – it is so easy to misread the situation and make things worse. Anyway, I’ve completed the work, checked all the websites with the various tools available, and quality scoring (speed, responsive design, readability, keyword ratios, visitor experience etc etc etc) is definitely up. I just love a visitor experience score of 99/100 ! Right, the wind is easing, rain clouds have moved off elsewhere, and the sun is shining – sort of: I can get in an hour or more of fence repairs before our evening meal. I can’t afford to be unresponsive to changes in the weather!