The intention had been to do a bit more posting about the highs and lows of the mighty CiF, but there only seem to be lows at the moment.
For some reason which has never been explained - probably because the words could never penetrate the shame and blame - The Guardian chose to use Pluck for the software to drive the heroic pages presenting its face and persona to the online world.
For some days now, the site has been working above and beyond its normal clunky self - which is to say that it has pretty much collapsed into a shivering heap which squeals when kicked.
So, it has seemed kinder to leave it to its own private grief and failure.
Apart from the fact that it also tends to crash browsers as soon as you open a page.