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So. Most of the images I post in my journal are hosted on one of my business Web sites, and I woke up today to discover that the domain had expired and Network Solutions, in their infinite carelessness wisdom, neglected to inform me.

The domain has been re-registered, but it's going to be Monday or Tuesday'til it propogates out to all the name servers again. Until then, the site is unavailable.

Suck.

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chipotle
Oct. 9th, 2004 11:40 am (UTC)
I have three different domains at three different registrars, the earliest one being with Network Solutions -- and they're by far the most annoying folks. One is with Blue Razor, who I might have tentatively recommended before they were bought by GoDaddy, which is pure evil on a stick. The other one is with Dotster, which at $15/year isn't bargain basement but seems to be really competent, and I'll probably transfer the other two there.
tacit
Oct. 11th, 2004 08:17 am (UTC)
GoDaddy is pure evil? I've found them to be cheap, competent, and reliable. I particularly like their stance on spam; the head of the GoDaddy abuse department reads news.admin.net-abuse.email regularly, and GoDaddy's official policy is to suspend the registration of any domain used in spam and registered by them, even if they don't host the site (which is a great idea, and rare among domain registrars).

Dotster has a long and ignoble history on news.admin.net-abuse.email; Dotster allows spammers, including ROKSO spammers, to register with them, and in fact actively encourages and solicits spammer business (because spammers often register hundreds of domains at a time). The only registrar with a worse track record for spam support is Joker, who appears to register only for spammers.
neuroptik
Oct. 9th, 2004 02:42 pm (UTC)
Passing on a compliment...
One of my new housemates, hakamadare checked out your polyamory site via the link on my journal, and said it was one of the best he's ever seen. =)
tacit
Oct. 11th, 2004 08:17 am (UTC)
Re: Passing on a compliment...
Thanks! :)
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