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I had a little outage this morning, because of database corruption issues. It took a little while to fix, but I want to thank each one of you who sent in suggestions, and thoughts. Gregg, Mike Stickel, Ari, Vinny, and scores of others – you rock! […]

I had a little outage this morning, because of database corruption issues. It took a little while to fix, but I want to thank each one of you who sent in suggestions, and thoughts. Gregg, Mike Stickel, Ari, Vinny, and scores of others – you rock! No wonder I get blog withdrawls, because in the end I have readers who care. A big shout out to folks at Rackspace… fanatical is not just a word for you guys! Thanks for looking out. Many of the problems will be fixed as we move to newer faster and beefier servers later this week. The entire infrastructure is getting some serious upgrade! To all my readers, apologies for not keeping everything real time!

  1. Welcome back, blog on.
    Cheers,
    Gregg

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  2. yo om -

    been digging into your podcasts – great stuff. many thanks for your audio efforts.

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