Tom Gilson

Here’s what happened to the blog

Here's what happened to the blog last night. I took this screenshot at 10:10 pm EDT.

The same kind of thing happened with my last web host, Bluehost, just a few weeks ago. The government is sending engineers to test me for unknown abilities to disrupt power systems at great distances.

As far as I know, there was no data lost. I was concerned about that last night, because my automatic daily backups are stored on DreamObjects servers, which turn out to be in the same facility, as I found out when I read this last night. I'm very grateful things appear to be in good shape this morning.

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3 thoughts on “Here’s what happened to the blog

  1. Boay! You musta been doin’ nindee-five mals an houh…
    B-but osifer… I’ve only been drivin 15 minutes, I swear…

  2. I can see a thumbnail of a screenshot on your Facebook post, but I can’t see it here. Hope you get it resolved…

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