You may have seen some changes here at GeneaBloggers over the past week with some outages. Let me explain what happened:
Since late 2010, I’ve been using WURV.com as my hosting service since they specialized in hosting WordPress sites and they gave me a dedicated server for the cost of $25 a month. Sounds too good to be true? Well, everything was fine . . . at first.
Then WURV.com became less and less responsive to my emails (but their invoice always showed up on time for payment). Over the weekend, I was no longer able to get to the WordPress admin area. Also, since July I’ve been noticing some weird behavior on posts, especially the Google cache versions: there would be spam text and links, but not on the live version. Basically I think that WURV.com bailed and just abandoned its business without telling its clients. Real smooth.
Well guess what? It seems that since July 2012 someone else has taken over WURV’s servers since NONE of my content has been backed up since then. Poof! Gone! So I’m not sure where I’ve been posting to for the last five months. As I work to upload content and recover items, I ask for your patience. I may never be able to replace images posted from July – November 2012 here, but I’ll try.
©2012, copyright Thomas MacEntee