|12.29.2006||29 Snow, 4704|
The CSS Zen Garden seems to be down except during the North American biz day in some unclear interval. The entire domain seems to drop out, and I have no other solution than to monitor and manually drop it out of what you see from here when it is offline. Hopefully this will pass by the time they renew the name if in fact they do. A formal solution for this sort of thing will be forthcoming in time.
|12.18.2006||18 Snow, 4704|
CSS Zen Garden
Down again. Breaks a few pages including Main Page in skin.Will have a solution for this in place shortly.
|12.08.2006||8 Snow, 4704|
Problems with ISP serving main web affecting service since move should now be cleared.
|12.04.2006||4 Snow, 4704|
CSS Zen Garden
down for a couple of days now. Dunno why or if permanent yet. Breaks a few pages including Main Page in skin.
|11.29.2006||29 Frost, 4704|
|11.6.2006||6 Frost, 4704|
meansofproduction.biz registered (c. 11:30 GMT).
|11.4.2006||4 Frost, 4704|
The main servers for this dominion will be unavailable for 3 days on or about the 29th of this month.
|10.21.2006||21 Mist, 4704|
Time Warner restored service. To thier credit they are promising a rate adjustment. May be some disruption on that route when they remount the cable which is currently lying on the ground. Will be moving whole LAN in next month or so anyway but the disruption should be minimal compared to the decomissioning of erejuan at Interland and the Buffalo Friday the 13th disaster. Note that the former 'Friends and Family' link in the navigation to your left now says Jati Ren Juan (in an amalgam of Latin and Hanzi).
|10.17.2006||17 Mist, 4704|
Recovery from the recent natural disaster in Buffalo not yet complete, the ISP that serves our Tomcat servers not back online yet.
Dedicated server at (formerly Interland, now peer something) server farm scratched and all services moved into home LAN. This broke many processes and services. We are working on new mechanisms which will allow us to deploy the content of these domains to new dedicated servers at hosting which can be changed more or less at will.
Note that there is a sharp distinction between our personal projects which most of the web content you can see here is about and those contracted and appearing on our professional resume as unlike our paid work, nothing produced here has yet gone "production". But look out, it's coming soon!