Friday, March 11, 2005

Blogger death throes?

Is it just me, or is Blogger behaving very strangely? I can't leave comments on Blogger blogs today; half the time, I can't pull up the Dashboard. Last night I couldn't publish (in fact, I don't know if this post will publish, now that I think of it). And I got a DNS error when accessing "www.blogger.com". Anyone else? (Doh! If you are having problems, maybe you can't post a comment in reply, eh? If that's the case, maybe an email? I love the emails, they make my inbox happy.)

No pulling up stakes for me and hauling my blog over to Typepad, like so many of the cool chicks are doing, as freeness is key when jobless. And I've usually had good luck with Blogger, for it being free and all. But I'm starting to get frustrated.

20 Comments:

Blogger amyesq said...

It's letting us comment again! Just thought I'd let you know, since it looked like you needed some love.

7:00 PM  
Blogger Ollie said...

I was just bitching about Blogger today. It's frustrating. Sometimes it won't publish my blogs. Sometimes it publishes them twice. Then I can't edit. Or I can't comment. It's enough to pull my hair out.

But I am a cheapskate. Free is the key and Typepad wants my moolah. And I just don't have the moolah to toss around, so I have to deal with the Blogger congestion.

What's a blogger to do, eh?

7:28 PM  
Blogger Wavery said...

I'm going to be blunt here. Blogger frustrates me so often. I frequently end up canceling comments and just not bothering, even with blogs that I really like. I'm very impatient though and I know Typepad isn't perfect either. It does get irritating though.

7:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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8:28 PM  
Anonymous chasmyn said...

I've been hearing a lot of that lately and also having my own difficulties posting comments. I think it's par for the course with Blogger.

12:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Friendster blogs has a free level and is powered by typepad.

1:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Friendster blogs has a free level and is powered by typepad.

1:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Friendster blogs has a free level and is powered by typepad.

1:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Friendster blogs has a free level and is powered by typepad.

1:07 AM  
Blogger Bugsy said...

Aha, aha (nodds knowingly). Naughty blogger - doesn't it understand that we need to hear from our friends or we will just spend the day quivering in a corner somewhere (or is that just me?)

Glad to see we are all back on the air.

1:21 AM  
Anonymous B. Mare said...

Blogger can be a pain, though I found it generally very good for a fee service. You might want to check out Blogspirit which has a free level and is I think powered by Wordpress which is what Typepad uses....And don't despair, I love you enough to persist even through slow comment loading if you stick it out here.

5:11 AM  
Blogger Pamplemousse said...

Bugs, sending you some tomato love! Blogger has not been letting me post or comment until today. I just don't have time during the week for its crapola!

6:20 AM  
Anonymous deborah said...

(pleeeeeeease moooooooooove to Tyyyyyyypepad...)

6:31 AM  
Blogger amanda said...

I hear ya. Blogger's been frustrating me, too, but I can't pass up the freeness. Hopefully it will behave itself now.

9:57 AM  
Blogger MsPrufrock said...

Friggin blogger. I need all the comments I can get without Blogger sabotaging everything. I noticed that in the News section of my dashboard (I think it was dashboard anyway), the most recent story was dated 2003. Very cutting edge...

1:59 PM  
Blogger Lala said...

It's working today. Typepad is worth it but I understand your problem because I suffer from the same lack of cash.

6:26 PM  
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Anonymous Employment Genius said...

There is an interesting debate in the blogosphere exploring the reasons for the persistent high unemployment rates in the US and elsewhere. Conservatives lay the blame on the structural skills mismatch and argue that this cannot be resolved through any stimulus spending measures. Liberals claim that the massive slump in aggregate demand from the boom, means that there are massive idling resources which can be brought to work with an appropriately structured stimulus program.

3:18 AM  
Anonymous Sara said...

I frequently end up canceling comments and just not bothering, even with blogs that I really like.

5:57 AM  

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