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Apologies for the Tomski.com downtime

We, erm, lost our server just before Easter. Hence the downtime.

As in, we actually physically lost the server. Find it we could not. The ugly old beast was gone. Not all that surprising really, since we'd not been invoiced for hosting since about 2003.

As ever, backups were only so fresh. Gah.

Never mind, it gave me an excuse to upgrade Movable Type, and we're now on Bytemark, who seem pretty good so far.

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Bill Thompson:

I lost a server once - the wife of my friend who'd offered to host it for free turned it off and took it away! But I got it back :-)

Bytemark - nice people, I'm using them for the Billblog and other projects, and have only good things to say about them.


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