Roger Simon says…

Thursday, January 19, 2006
Roger Simon just told me by email that his site may be missing much of the day, as he resolves a hosting problem. I just looked and it's painting right now, but when the DNS change starts it will be hinky for a day or two.

(Hinky. That's a technical term.)

12 comments:

David Thomson said...

The problem with Roger’s site may be with TypeKey. I was also unable to post at Shrinkwrap a short time ago. Is this merely an ordinary technical problem---or are the leftists conspiring against TypeKey?

markg8 said...

Is typekey only used by the right?

David Thomson said...

“Is typekey only used by the right?”

The left would gladly sacrifice the Daily Kos and other leftist blogs if it would result in removing the center-right sites. The same thing holds true for talk radio. This is why the left is trying to reintroduce the so-called “fairness doctrine.”

I personally believe that TypeKey is currently encountering mere technical troubles. Still, the left would love to shut down sites like those of Roger L. Simon and ShrinkWrap.

markg8 said...

Why? They hardly get the kind of traffic KOS gets.

flenser said...

But they have far more influence than Kos does.

markg8 said...

Yeah whatever you say.

flenser said...

You're learning, kid.

terrye said...

typekey is too complicated for the left.

Peter UK said...

Doorkey is too complicated for the left.

Barry Dauphin said...

Roger is always welcome to throw in some comments at YARGB until his blog comes back online ;>).

Buddy Larsen said...

David Warren is calling a conservative victory in Canada this Monday--and is crediting the conservo-blogs for shutting down the Liberal's secret weapon--lies propagated thru a complicit agenda-media.

Question--where were conservatives during the long takeover of the media all over the free world?

Seneca the Younger said...

Sorry to ruin all the good conspiracy theories, but from what I've seen it looks like Roger's problems are all good old-fashioned incompetence. The permissions on his scripts etc keep getting munged.

("Munged." Another technical term.)