Everything must change. In 1982, I was employed at Stanford and was honored and privileged to be an early adopter of Internet technology, including the WWW. Time has changed everything. I began as a developer, not to develop but to produce. And, the only way to produce utilizing information technology was to be a part of its development.
Recently, I spent an unconscionable amount of time attempting to do what was simple many years ago. It was only a few hours ago that I realized that I am no longer a part of the development, but more the producer. Therefore, I’ve surrendered the tasks of hardware and application software production to the “real” experts. Happily, I understand their lingo and needs.
Fortunately, my WWW service provider was already in place for a couple of my other exploits. Thus, my closet server is my development machine, while what you’re experiencing now is from the service provider (their hardware and application software). So be it.
Happily, the more things change, the more they remain the same. You’ll probably not notice the difference, as the transition has been seamless. Enjoy the ride. Enjoy the vibes.