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After some years of work without issues, my Time Capsule begun to show some trouble with fan going on at full speed. Then in the last week of August it has suddenly died with a looooooong beep.
In this video it’s been show how-to correctly disassemble an Apple Time Capsule and clean / recondition a faulty fan. From a technical standpoint the entire process is a PITA and to me it’s a real design error the placement of the unique fan and the fact that in the Capsule there’s no opening on the top to facilitate the heat dissipation!
I have grown an aversion to Google AMP. Playing with the new template I saw that when it was made available here on the WordPress.com platform I’ve enabled it.
Since I manage my blog/website in the ‘old school’ way I could not find anywhere over the Dashboard a setting to disable it. A quick search on the official support forum gave me the answer, simply point your browser to:
https:// wordpress.com/settings/traffic/ $YOURSITE.wordpress.com
…and you’ll be propted with the new WordPress.com interface (still under development) and the option to enable/disable this AMP technology…
A bookmark for myself…