Finally Dies

A while back changed ownership when the corporation owning it was sold. Since then the site has been rudderless with no moderator/authour and gradually fewer contributors to the public forum.

For several days now DNS still works but there’s nothing there… and the IP address has changed.

The domain is now registered by GoDaddy’s Domains By Proxy so this could be some kind of hijack, a change of ownership or …

Netcraft shows no IP address.

About Robert Pogson

I am a retired teacher in Canada. I taught in the subject areas where I have worked for almost forty years: maths, physics, chemistry and computers. I love hunting, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms, too.
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5 Responses to Finally Dies

  1. Mats Hagglund says:

    “Although it is generally perceived that the growth of notebooks has reached its peak – making notebooks mature products, the rise of the Android OS may reignite the notebook industry, Chien commented.”

    Maou Sadao, it looks like even the industry wants Linux to get some good growth.

    1. Smartphones – 75% for Android Linux
    2. Tablets – 56-57% for Android Linux (soon over 60%)
    3. Notebooks….ChromeBooks are coming…

  2. Maou Sadao wrote, “Desktop Linux finally dies.”

    Nope. Still going strongly. With Dell and Canonical actually having salesmen working on the task, GNU/Linux is reaching more retail shelves than ever. Even better, while Wintel PCs are not selling, GNU/Linux PCs are having huge growth.

  3. oiaohm says:

    Maou Sadao really are you that far out of reasonable ideas that you have to resort to a joke this stupid.

  4. Maou Sadao says:

    Let me fix that for you, Mr. Pogson:

    Desktop Linux finally dies.

    But even that is inaccurate, as it never was alive to begin with.

  5. ram says:

    Looks like somebody forgot to renew the domain name!

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