“The 400 Bad Request error is an HTTP status code that means that the request you sent to the website server, often something simple like a request to load a web page, was somehow incorrect or corrupted and the server couldn’t understand it.” (https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-fix-a-400-bad-request-error-2617988)
Guess what, fellow Cornbread Table members? Today we hit 400!!!! posts since March. Thank you sooooo very much for visiting, commenting and fighting to #EndALZ!!
Speaking of that number, Error 400, in geek speak as quoted above, is essentially requesting something (bringing up a website) and getting an empty result. There are several similar problems (404 is common too) but all yield computer frustration…These errors so remind me of dementia. I say something to mom and she attempts to respond, normally accomplished in an instant, only to come up empty and confused and unable to load a correct response. Tragic, scary, and frustrating all at once. 🙁
The brain does amazing things in rewiring when the problem is only “hardware” (as in mild-to-moderate traumatic damage), but the software and hardware combo problem of dementia overrides and overwhelmes any restorative gain. It is a sad spiral of damage, unmet requests, worse damage and confusion/hyper-anxiety.
Oh for heaven we yearn… where we have no software or hardware problems and where joy and peace are everlasting!
Your thankful I.T. and blogger friend,
Update: All is well in mom’s world. Looking back on the memories of a year ago, what a blessing. 🙂 Thank you for going on this journey with me and for taking up the fight against this terrible brain crash. I join you in hating what it does to your loved ones and mine.