Back in September, Google enabled HTTPS support for Blogger. I've just noticed this, so I enabled the option for this blog only just now.
Now when you connect to this blog, the communication will be encrypted in the same way that web pages are encrypted when they allow financial transactions.
Encryption requires more computing power. There's a chance that this blog will run slower on older computers. Mobile devices might groan. Or if your browser is quite outdated, Blogger might give you a warning that you need to update your browser. It might even refuse the connection entirely. If that's the case, you might not even be able to read this post!
But even more troublesome might be warnings about "mixed content" that will inevitably pop up for you. That's because this site has many links and references to non-encrypted web pages. Let me know if it gets to be too invasive -- I'll turn off the option and work on the fix offline.
The Contact tab provides multiple ways to contact me; the best choice is e-mail.