Figured as much.
It was working 0800 CAT, but when I tried to log in at 15:00 CAT, it was down.
No biggie, I'll do something else in the meantime.
Other redditors can go to twatter, I'm not fazed.
And it seems to be up at 15:30 CAT
Pit of the internet Reddit is TITSUP* just in time to ruin the lunchtime surfing of Europeans and the morning smoothie-quaffing of Americans. For those who have never encountered the discussion site, it covers a variety of topics (or "subreddits") into which text posts, images and links are placed. Members can then "up" or " …
I'm finding myself spending more time on Reddit for some reason these days, not for lunch time surfing though, that's time for The Register. Seriously though, if the Register went down over lunch time I don't know what I'd do, it is actually an ingrained habit for what must be nearly 2 decades now.
Where have you been? In keeping with the spirit of biting the hand that feeds IT, 'El Reg have published several articles on their Landords recent woes and have declared their tenancy each time. I think they used to have better dedicated Vulture Central headquarters once upon a time...
I believe most online publishers are moving away from staff actually having to come into contact with each other. They might argue that's a good thing. I've never met a Register reporter in real life so I couldn't comment.
Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2020