Blogrolling gone again.

Grrr. Stupid blogrolling. Stupidly holding up the stupid rendering of Stupid Evil Bastard. Grrr. Grrr. *YANK!* *TEAR!* *RIP!* Grrr.

Ahhhhhh. I can see my blog again!

10 thoughts on “Blogrolling gone again.

  1. Ever since tocows took over, it’s been an almost daily occurance. Last night, it was down for about an hour or so. Bigger isn’t always better.

  2. How ‘bout setting up a page just for the blogroll and link to it. We could try it when we’re taking a coffee break. JM2C

  3. I keep intending to do just that, but I’ve been lazy.

    Did I mention that WordPress has a built-in blogroll function? It doesn’t show recently updated, but still…

    You realize this is going to be a running gag with me now, right? :-D

  4. This is funny because I came here to see if yours was working. I was thinking in the back of my brain that you may have mentioned it if it was really down. I’m psychic. See this proves that there really is a god.

  5. Bloglines lets you create a blogroll you can use on a website. I haven’t tried this, but it sounds interesting…

    I have yet to see Bloglines down without warning…

  6. Did I mention that WordPress has a built-in blogroll function? It doesn’t show recently updated, but still…

    That’s not entirely true. I’ve noticed on my blog (I’m using WordPress 1.0.2) that if I pause my mouse over the blog links that I setup through WP’s admin interface; then some of them will pop-up a note telling me when the blog was last updated. Also, every once in a while WP will write the link text to look like >>Stupid Evil Bastard<<

  7. This same thing happened to my site earlier, and it took me freakin forever to figure out what it was.

    I was also wondering why your site wasn’t loading for me either!

  8. Bloglines does indeed have a Blogroll (Javascript) function, or you can use my Outliner script to pull in your OPML data (either from a file or direct from the Bloglines export).  The Javascript is naturally more real-time, as the plugin requires rebuilding the page.  Of course, with the amount of comments you get, the rebuilds would probably be pretty frequent. 

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