Common sense isn't.
This site moved from @home.com. At the time of the move it was not known, although it was probably predictable, that At-Home would go bust. The couple sites I referred to went down with the ship, but they are still around in places. I kept a copy of one here for a general comment. My old at-home down time data is archived here, and more recent at-home data until the end is here. If these initial results by Comcast are any indication, they are well on the way towards establishing a similar, poor record.
The site previously moved from ispchannel.com when @home took over local cable modem service.
Unfortunately, for personal pages @home did not offer Server Side Include, cgi, or much of anything server-side. Dreamhost does offer all these things and more, for a fee. But, since I have another site hosted there, I get this one at bargain basement cost, and I won't have to move until I want to (assuming Dreamhost stays around). Also, even if I do move, I won't have to break links because the domain name can stay the same and transfer too.
- Site History
- At Home shuts down the remaining sites, including the remnants of mine, and Comcast takes over - March 1, 2002
- At Home shuts down about half its customers' sites (but not mine) - December 2001
- Moved to Dreamhost - May 2001
- Moved to @home (and crippled) - January 2001
- Started on Ispchannel.com - approx. January 2000
|Quote of the moment|
|A thing may be incredible and still be true; sometimes it is incredible because it is true.|
|~ Herman Melville (18191891), U.S. author. Mardi (1849), ch. 97, The Writings of Herman Melville, vol. 3, eds. Harrison Hayford, Hershel Parker, and G. Thomas Tanselle (1970). ~|
Common sense isn't.
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