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Thursday, February 01, 2007
  Blogger Sux

Don't know if you can read this, 'cause I can't see my own blog, but here's a message in a bottle. I'll be back as soon as the infinite number of monkeys at Blogger stumble across a fix to the demon known as bX-vjhbsj.

It makes me feel a bit better, though, to know that Ann Althouse has the same problem:
Jordan, you say if we do everything and still can't solve the problem,
we can contact the blogger team, but the URL you give for doing that
takes me to a page with some options that never get me to a place
where I can write a message. I've wasted a huge amount of time trying
to figure out how to write to you people! All I can even think of to
do is to write posts on my blog -- --
which has over 10,000 visitors a day -- explaining the trouble I'm
having with new Blogger (which is that the feed won't work). I've
spent hours trying to solve the problem myself, including posting a
comment in the Blogger Help group. I've resorted to just posting on
the blog about the problem, in the hope someone will help me, though I
know what's most like is a lot of comments from people telling me to
leave Blogger:
So there's some balance in the universe...

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i've had the same problem today.

also, i haven't been able to log-in to my own site in a week b/c gmail's hijacked my life.

ain't technology great?

-Z. Madison
No kidding. I know people say "blogger's free," but hell no. I put too much of my life into this to accept that excuse.

I guess one day I'll switch to a paid host, though.
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