|From:||Carsten Becker <naranoieati@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 6, 2005, 13:33|
On Mon, 05 September 2005, 04:10 CEST Jeffrey Henning wrote:
> Thanks for the concern, Carsten. As my fellow Jeffrey
> reports, I live in New England, far from the Gulf Coast.
> I've fortunately not been directly affected by Katrina.
Good to hear :) I should have known, since it was you who
invited to a small Conlangcon in Boston, which is of course
in Massachusetts, at the east coast.
> The Langmaker.com server is fine and you should be able to
> access the home page and all the directories. However, I
> have been unable to update the site since August 30th,
> because the client machine that builds and uploads changes
> to the site has a corrupted master boot record. I am
> still able to receive all suggested submissions and edits
> to the site. I hope to have daily updates back again by
> next weekend.
OK, good. But still, I can't access your page from both my
parents' computers. The rest of the internet seems to work
just fine. Or do I just surf in the wrong hours? Or does
your provider ban Dutch  IP's somehow for whatever
 I'm dialing in with a least cost router program. The
tariffs are all from German enterprises, but they all seem
to use Dutch servers for some reason. At least the IP atlas
(I don't know the address off-hand) always shows the server
was in the Netherlands. Weird.
"Miranayam cepauarà naranoaris."
(Calvin nay Hobbes)