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Phil's Rambling Rants
June 6th, 2007
08:25 am


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So, does this thing work?
I haven't been able to post a real entry to my LJ for about a week.  They've now posted status announcements that everything is fine (no specific mention of the vaguely described problem that kept some of us from actually using the service, no explicit statement that they fixed it, but they no longer mention it anywhere).  So I'm going to ramble a bit until this gets to be long enough that I know it would have been bonged when I last tried to post.

I wonder if they'll issue service credits to us paid subscribers who couldn't use the service.  I wonder why they won't publish any meaningful explanation of what the problem is.  I'd like them to clarify whether this is really something they did to me, or if it's yet another example of my ISP doing something wrong that sort of works most of the time.


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Date:June 6th, 2007 04:27 pm (UTC)
Five By Five!
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Date:June 6th, 2007 05:14 pm (UTC)
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Yes, you should get an extension if the outage was LJ's fault. Unfortunately, I don't know how you'd report this.

Please tell me your blog wasn't part of the great LJ Striketrough of '07.

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Date:June 6th, 2007 06:15 pm (UTC)
My blog wasn't censored. I never had a problem reading it; I just couldn't post more than a few lines from home. (I might have been able to post from work, but I don't like to make public posts from work and the material I really want to be posting is only on my home 'puter.)
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Date:June 7th, 2007 07:42 am (UTC)
I just stumbled across a disk of photos you took at Dave's memorial in March, and loaded them into my computer for a first look. Thank you very much for that collection of remarkable and evocative images. I think a few of them might have been dancing that I missed while I played my Sad Waltz with shadowriderhope, so it was especially nice to see those.

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