If your website/blog/online journal (did I cover everyone?) was down, how long would it take you to figure out why?
Probably when somebody told me about it.
Depends on why — some things are easy to figure out.
No reason why my Google mail wouldn’t let me in this morning or why I had to go through all sorts of acrobatics to fix it. Everything else worked.
My hosts are Yahoo and Blogger, which are both so big that if the sites went down, I’m sure I’d hear about it everywhere.
I had no problem with anything but Google/gmail. However, I would have liked a little heads-up before the day, if only to show they cared.
It’s blogger’s fault if it’s down. I don’t have any plug-ins that would affect it from my side.
I would never know.
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