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A Blue Perspective: Unplugged

Unplugged
1 June 2004

It's kind of bad when, on the same weekend, your web host decides to cut off service for non-payment without sending you a bill, and then there's a mix-up with your domain name which means it ceases to be registered. Ah well, I'm sure no one noticed.

In the meantime, while I'm gearing up to switch hosts, there might some service interruptions. So if you come knocking and I'm not here just leave the biscuits by the door and come round the day after.

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1/10. 2 June 2004 @ 01:02, Lars wrote:

I noticed.

2/10. 2 June 2004 @ 01:57, Ian wrote:

me too - twice!

3/10. 2 June 2004 @ 01:59, Hass wrote:

I also, glad you're back up. Who's your new host? People are always asking about good hosting...

4/10. 2 June 2004 @ 04:01, jeremiah wrote:

Sorry to hear about that. Had the same happen to me a while back and we had to switch too. Amazing how little some hosting company's understand that they are offering a service and client satisfaction should be #1 on the list. We are doing them a favor by using their service, not the other way around

good luck on the move!

5/10. 2 June 2004 @ 04:05, Walter wrote:

I also noticed. I even have a screenshot that I can send you if you want so.

6/10. 2 June 2004 @ 07:41, Hans wrote:

You had me worried. Nearly gave me a panic attack.

7/10. 2 June 2004 @ 10:54, Shannon J Hager wrote:

The red font in SharpReader is kinda hard to miss... but with the site down, how can we complain? ;)

8/10. 2 June 2004 @ 11:22, The Man in Blue wrote:

I'm moving to Media Temple. Used them for another site and they seem pretty good.

Serves me right for going with someone who has AAA in their name :o]

9/10. 2 June 2004 @ 23:07, Rob Mientjes wrote:

Well, I guess everyone noticed. I was totally shocked. But this is a lot better.

10/10. 5 June 2004 @ 11:32, Hamstu wrote:

Yay, it's back. I hope I never have to go through something like that.

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