Source: Miss M.
Just need to vent my frustrations about Namesecure! January 24, 2008
So, I started the process of changing my domain name from a Namesecure server to Bluehost on the 20th. What is so ridiculous is that even though I’ve approved everything, Namesecure is making it next to impossible for me to work through this process smoothly. Not to mention, they have no phone support!!! You can only contact them via email, which they then contact you back in about 48 hours via friggin’ email. How efficient is that? I’m so upset about this whole thing right now because I feel like I’ve let you, the reader, down. My goal is to create a site that will be able to change with me, which is why I’ve had to change servers as I will eventually have a wordpress.org site versus the hosted wordpress.com site. If only I knew then what I know now…
Thanks to all of my readers for understanding, and I apologize that you’ve been a week without silly pictures and videos:) Hopefully, tomorrow everything will be up and running the way it should be. Until then my friends….
Sorry for the delay! January 22, 2008
There has been a delay in all of my posts because I am currently changing servers, so I can’t make this go any faster than they allow it, unfortunately. Please be patient with the process, as everything should be up and running by the 25th! There will be plenty of funny photos and cute videos to keep you smiling shortly!
Gotta love this man’s spunk! I think he’s the cutest. January 20, 2008
Your tax dollars hard at work… January 19, 2008
Really beautiful project for NYC :) January 18, 2008
This is a really cool project for NYC. I think it will add a zen like feeling to a city that is a concrete jungle. I hope to see it in person, as I’m sure it’s going to look gorgeous.
“An artist’s rendering of the New York City Waterfalls project, proposed by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, is seen here in this undated handout photo. Four giant waterfalls will be erected in New York for three months this summer in a public art project city officials hope will create $55 million in extra tourism revenue for the Big Apple. The waterfalls, including one that will fall from the famed Brooklyn Bridge, are the brainchild of Eliasson. They will cost $15 million, to be funded by private donations to New York’s Public Art Fund.(Olafur Eliasson- Courtesy Public Art Fund/Handout/Reuters) “
Source: Yahoo! News