That’s right, and it happened over a year ago.
Sure, I could moan about the lack of notice from the domain registration company (and that’s exactly what I did when I found out). But the fact is I didn’t notice my site was down for an embarrassingly long time and it makes me wonder why I had it in the first place.
I’m impressed by people who maintain a blog, a website, a Facebook presence and who write (and read) stuff on Twitter. Don’t get me started on Instagram.
I’ve decided to let the domain go for now and maybe forever. Sure, Tom Wolfe needs his own website but the again he’s got more than a dozen novels under his belt. A man’s got to know his limitations.
On a more optimistic note, I’ve done some work on my novel and can faintly see its completion somewhere beyond the horizon. I’ve also snapped a few humble photos so let’s a take a look.
There now; aren’t those a lot more fun than reading about my expired domain?
I should hope so.
2 thoughts on “My Personal Web Domain Expired (and I didn’t notice)”
Hello Paul! Quite the Fuji saga. I know I really ate it with mine. Glad to be rid the disappointing X-T10. Enjoyed the shot taken near Independence the most. Great vista. Take care. RL
Paul: Good to hear you’re still out there. I liked the shot taken near Independence, but I’ve always been a bit of a black & white slut.
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