While this title (and blog changes) might seem very Hericlitean, I am still following the lead of Parmenides. Well, figuratively speaking. Actually, I’m more in line with Aristotle‘s solutions to the problem of being and becoming: both change and permanence exist; change cannot occur without an abiding thing that undergoes the change. Playing with the blog a little — finally; after all this time — I see how to get the time set right. It had appeared to be some fixed “universal” time that couldn’t be changed; finally getting some time to look into the time settings, I found that the time could be adjusted for local time. Thank goodness. The time had been set five hours ahead. So when the blog says, on posts before today, that I posted something at 10:48 PM…it really happened at 5:48 PM, local time! And I obviously changed the format, too. I like the way the “categories” and “link categories” are now set up on the right, and I like that the posts go almost all the way across the screen, instead of only a third of the way. And I think this format/template looks better. But I don’t care for the color at the top, nor the light-colored titles for the “categories” and the “link categories” on the side. What do you think? I made some changes to my Website, too — more in matters of substance and organization than in matters of formatting.