• Tuesday, March 20th, 2012


For a few weeks, there have been technical troubles with this blog. Error messages appeared over the header, the blog was inaccessible at times, some text was corrupted, and, most frustratingly, I could not even access the administration dashboard. My web host, whose name I shall kindly omit from the discussion (yes, that is smoke you see coming out of my ears), has, after an exasperating delay, corrected most of the problems, which by the way, they created. Some issues remain to be fixed, but at least I am now able to post.

I apologize to readers who visit this site to enjoy useful woodworking information and discussion, especially those whose comments may have been lost in the shuffle. This little post is just intended to let you know that things should be back on track soon and I will continue to try to bring you quality content.

As always, thanks for reading, and happy woodworking.


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4 Responses

  1. Sorry to hear about the hosting problems. They’re always a pain.

    Put out that irritation. Quench the smoke. The best way I found to deal with them is to move. 5 hosts in 10 years, and we’re now very happily hosting half a dozen domains at DreamHost.

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    Wow, I wondered what all that garbage was at the top. Glad that you clawed your way back to the awaiting world. Thanks too for this series on rasps. I have been enjoying it, and it is timely as I am looking at some purchases in the future.

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    Ken Speed 

    Hi Rob,

    Good for you! I thought I was the only one who got that angry at computers, etc!

    In any case, I’m glad you’re back

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    Rob, I use Dreamhost as well and I’ve never been disappointed. Can’t say the same for NetSol, 1and1, and godaddy though. If you ever need a hand getting things back up and running, shoot me an email. I’m a web programmer by trade, woodworker by hobby. WordPress is a second language to me.