Blogger has eaten Radio Free Tooting

I am bummed out. This is the second time in six months that Blogger has taken my blog down. The last time was because they thought it was a spam blog. This time the blogspot site is just not there. I get a stripped down version of the dashboard instead. There are a few other people in the Help forums who seem to have had something similar happen to them. Unfortunately these outages have been occurring since 29-JAN and there doesn't seem to be anyone who has managed to get their site back yet. Cheers, APC

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Comment by Eddie Awad on February 8, 2008 at 8:19am
It looks like your blog is up now. Maybe this is a warning to motivate you to move your blog off of blogger.com and to wordpress.com or some other blogging platform.
Comment by Amardeep Sidhu on February 9, 2008 at 9:15am
Thats bad...as Eddie said...may be the time to move to wordpress.
Comment by Fuad Arshad on February 10, 2008 at 11:38am
Hmmm i see you blog now must be a glitch in the system .
Comment by APC on February 11, 2008 at 12:59am
It was really an odd thing. After posting here I discovered I could see my stuff through the Blogger dashboard, and even view individual pages: it was just the domain url which was broken.

Like people have said, it's back now, so it obviously was just a quirk.

As for migrating to Wordpress is it really more reliable? Or is it just less stressed because it has a smaller userbase? Genuine question.

Cheers, APC .
Comment by Boneist on February 11, 2008 at 4:30am
Perhaps you could investigate Livejournal? I've used it for ages, it's got a large user base, and is fairly stable.
Comment by Joel Garry on February 17, 2008 at 6:03pm
ourworld.compuserve.com, which I've had my homepage on since the last century, also had a problem in the same time frame. Impossible to get any info out of them as to the cause. "Support" doesn't even know what it is. Since I can get zero information out of them, I can only speculate the vax died and it took them days to rotate the tires until it worked again (old DEC field tech joke). But if other random unrelated parts of the net went down, it must be a hacker conspiracy. Play spooky music now.

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