They’re Trying To Fix It
I mentioned in yesterday’s blog post that there has been [great] difficulty in reaching my photography website: Indochine Photography International. I had been making changes to my site’s galleries, and then the access issues began. I automatically assumed it was something I had done (being computer stupid), but for the life of me I couldn’t figure out what. Good news, bad news. The good news: It’s not anything I did (whew). The bad news: They don’t have a time estimate yet for the resolution of the problem. The problem: I use a very good company called WDWeb/MorePhotos, based in Michigan USA, as my ‘host server’. I contacted my TechRep James, and he has assured me that their servers are up and running. The problem is a connectivity issue with their ISP (I understand that stands for Internet Service Provider). A large portion of the ISP’s customer base has been affected, so the problem sounds big. I have been told they’re working hard to get it back up and running. Until then, I’m afraid my website has gone dark—but if you’re a blog subscriber, or follow me on Facebook, you should be getting these updates okay. And I will continue to blog and Facebook post—many (most) times with photos. I apologize for the inconvenience, though it’s nice to know that I DIDN’T DO IT.