Here in Chicago now. It's always an adventure trying to get everything set up for the stay. After enough visits, I've started to get it down to a science, though today I just hit a new glitch. Since I'm new to Twitter, I had to log in on my notebook computer, which I tend to use more for traveling, and not much in Los Angeles. But Twitter is not wanting me to log in, apparently, making me feel a bit twittish.
I put in my name and password, but no go. I click, "Forget password?" -- but rather than sending me a temp password to re-set, it takes me to to "Sign up for Twitter" page. When I click on Support, and go to the "Re-set your password" page...it, too, sends me to that sign-up page, and doesn't send anything. This time, I figured that maybe they're actually asking me to sign-up again, so I tried -- but nope, it wouldn't accept that since I was trying to sign up with information they already have for another member: me. And then another page explains what to do, which is what I've been doing, which doesn't work, asks if this information helped, and when I clicked "No," I had my favorite moment of the whole effort -- an error message pops up to say that there was a problem and the message couldn't be sent!
There was a problem? Really? No kidding...
They do have a contact page, at least. But it's a mailing address. No email. Ha!
I do suspect there might be some larger glitch that's causing this issue, and eventually I should be able to get access to my account. So I'll try again later.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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