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Server Problems Implode Weekend

And I thought I was going to more or less take the weekend off, maybe finishing up a second reading of Rare Earth and enjoying some of the delightful spring weather that has taken hold around here. So much for that. Server issues caused this site to be transferred to a new server, which subsequently brought the whole site down. When it came back up, most of my customizations were gone and I haven’t yet figured out how to get them back. It’s been a long day and I’m not sure how long this is going to take, so please bear with me. It seems more important to get the site up and running again even if it’s suddenly in a minimalist guise. I’ll tune it back up as time permits.

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  • Afonso April 19, 2009, 4:13

    Thank you for you dedication, I like your site/blog very much

  • Michael Spencer April 19, 2009, 7:49

    Paul: I am thinking that enjoying the weather might be more important…yes, we are all hungry for our golden words:-), but we are experiencing a similar incredible bout of weather here in Florida, and I know I’d rather not fuss with computers.

    Take the day off…the universe will wait.

  • Administrator April 19, 2009, 8:36

    Thank you both! But I’m obsessive about these matters and find myself right back here this morning running some tweaks. Maybe a nice walk later in the day…

  • george scaglione April 19, 2009, 12:01

    hello afonso,michael and paul, yesterday i began to worry because i could not sign on to the site but now i see the reason!afonso you are 101% correct,pauls dedication deserves an award i know we all thank him ! paul hope you do enjoy that walk because michael is also right! the universe is not going anywhere,or so it is to be most devoutly hoped! with my respect to all your friend george

  • Administrator April 19, 2009, 12:54

    Well, things have at least stabilized, so I plan to get in the walk this afternoon. Much site adjustment remains to be done, but the emergency stuff is over with (I hope) and things can begin to settle down. What a weekend!

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