Hello world!

January 21, 2009 | |

Welcome to Achillesblog.com.

This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

Following link will take you to your blog’s “command center” where you can write your posts:

Be sure to fill out your city, Achilles rupture date, surgery date, etc.. (if you know it) here:
Fill out my Achilles Profile Here

When you do, you can keep track of your recovery progress and see your information on the Marathon Tracker.

Here’s more info: using Achilles Timeline Widget

Please change this post’s title to something more descriptive. Just leaving it as “Hello World” leads people to believe that you haven’t updated your first post!

If you have any questions, don’t be afraid to ask! :)



3 Comments so far

  1. duke88 on October 16, 2010 3:29 pm

    Dan - Hope this finds you - not clear how to ask website questions. I have a blog on here (Duke88) from summer of 2009. I have just ruptured my other AT (great!) and wondered if there is a way to put a SECOND AT Tracker instead of changing dates on my original one as I would like to keep that info for comparison and posterity.

    ANy help appreciated.


  2. GerryR on October 16, 2010 6:35 pm

    I’m certainly sorry to hear about anyone having a second ATR, but why are your posting this request here. The guy who literally owns this site is Dennis and his email is on the main page, third paragraph I believe. Good luck with your healing.

  3. normofthenorth on October 16, 2010 9:07 pm

    Pamela, I’m guessing that if you just logged in with a different ID, and e-mailed Dennis with a request to set up a second blog using that ID, you’d get one. (You might need a second e-mail address, but in this day of free e-dresses from gmail and others, that should be “no big”.)

    You could steer readers of your new blog to the old one, if they want to see how your first rehab went, and each ATR Timeline etc. would count from its own starting dates.

    I see you’ve already started posting about the second ATR at duke88. I’d copy-and-paste it to the new blog, if you go that route. (You could even copy the comments as comments, just adding the poster’s name up front.)

    Hope this helps, and good luck with the ankle, too!

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