9/11 Blogger.com down for 24 hours...

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    Been five days and it's still down.

    Last update on Twitter was Feb 25 about a Pentagon conference:

    https://twitter.com/911Blogger/status/1100243945018163200

    Of course, as anyone can see in Wayback, the website has been virtually dead for years, barely managing to draw a handful of blogs/articles per month:

    https://web.archive.org/web/20180924184839/http://911blogger.com/tracker

    I'd think they were packing it in like so many other troother websites have, except whois data shows they've registered with Wild West through 2021.
     
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    I guess the batsignal twoof signal went up and they scrambled to put it back:

    http://911blogger.com/news/2019-03-15/outage

    The least shocking news is none of the 2 and a half remaining readers bothered to say anything...
     
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    Something strange going on with the 911blogger website. Tuesday, the 19th, the outage was the latest blog. Now it says there was another blog on the 15th:

    "Persons with Material Information Supplement"
    kawika
    2019-03-15 20:49

    But googlecache clearly has nothing except the outage up to the 20th:

    http://webcache.googleusercontent.c...logger.com/tracker+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&

    Why is 911blogger trying to make it look like the website is more active than it is?

    Also, the Outage post has been edited to hide the fact even the webmaster(s) don't really care any more.
    Compare current:

    "Apologies for the outage folks, I was preoccupied with a project and didn't notice."

    First posted:

    "Apologies for the outage folks, I was preoccupied with a project and didn't notice until Orangutan called."
     

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