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m.drownedinsound.com seems to work (if you can see this).
Also: there was a checkbox option to make this thread sticky. I ticked it, obviously. Wonder if that worked.
I'm only avble to reply to you because I'm on m.drownedinsound.com. I shouldn't be here at all as I've just been given a big bit of work to do, pah.
So that m.drownedinsound.com still works for me.
But the main site still looks like this:
it's all gone a bit angelfire.
let's party like it's 1999
Feels like U, PO, and me have passed through a portal to the past.
We should totally talk about this on Yahoo chatzomg.
on my Homestead page
Aaaaaaaaaaahh *arms flailing wildly*
I am now on the mobily dobily site.
shits ALLLL fucked up
Mine's still working.
I shouldn't have said anything.
Its all TheWzas fault. I blame him anyway for my utter confusion.
your stockpile of unsold wofty kecks.
I've only just bothered to check the homepage. :-) Yup, that's gone all Windows 3.1, too.
But replying has stopped working now, so I'm on the mobile site.
The excitement of it all means I'm leaving work quarter of an hour late.
The site is still marginally useful. But less so if there are too many OMG threads.
For the record, http://m.drownedinsound.com lets you reply.
That is all.
*taps on snowed-in log cabin window*
all I have is text floating in space.
Just popping in to say hi, seems like a cool site.
that the rest of the internet isn't broken.
Except the title isn't blinking any more, and I can't see the visitor counter.
I DON'T LIKE IT.
(I prefered it when it was broken)
not sure what is wrong with the site at the moment. have a feeling it caught my stomach flu.
something to do with it running out of memory. we turned it off and on again and all went back to normal.
Your output out
Coordinate your strategies and shake it all about
when you haven't changed anything and things break, it's usually a glitch or too much server load, rather than something that needs to be investigated.
I do it all the time in work.
"Arrhhhhh my phone system has crashed"
"just turn it off and on again"
Works a treat.
call it 'power cycling'
"Lets try a power cycle! Turn it off and then back on again"
Is that what I could say? I'm so gonna say it anyway.
and say, 'you may need to power cycle your equipment'. Then when they ask how you do it, don't say 'turn it off' but 'shut it down, wait 90 seconds, then restart'.
The 90 seconds bit turns it into a three stage process.
I'm seriously going to do this from now on. It sounds so much better than my usual advice.
In the end we fixed every issue by turning it off and turning it on again.