Friday, December 10, 2010

Provisional inquiry post

Final Update:  this thread is closed.  Provisional and unsatisfactory answer posted by Julia and I guess that we will have to live with her hypothesis for lack of a better one.

UPDATE2.  I can finally see it, it took almost 4 hours.  Maybe it was only blogger.......  Will erase this post in a while, to give time to anyone that might know about google/blogger travails to see if it is them or Chavez starting to act up on Internet....

I can post, I can approve comments but I cannot see my blog.  And this for already a few hours.  In the past it has happened for maybe an hour or so and the problem could be traced to blogger; but it does not make sense that I can do all of Google activities (gmail, post, edit, approve, home page, etc...) but not see my blog!

Please, reply through comments as that will let me know that elsewhere my blog is visible.

UPDATE: this is ridiculous!  Some of you can see it but I still cannot, and cannot post comments to let you know I cannot!!!  Only editing posts...   which leads me to think that the idiots are blogger and not the regime because, well, it would make more sense for them to ban me from writing posts, no?


  1. Anonymous1:12 PM

    In the UK we can see it.

  2. Anonymous1:23 PM

    I do see your blog, but read somhere else that somebody couldn't see it either

  3. Anonymous1:43 PM

    Visible in Canada

  4. Anonymous1:45 PM

    In New York I can see it, both on blogspot and Google Reader.

  5. Anonymous1:59 PM

    It's visible from here in Belgium

  6. capitankane2:02 PM

    Mate, both yesterday and today for me I've had a hard time getting to see the blog. Sometimes it goes through, sometimes not.

    using proxy server however no problem.

    In Caracas using cantv

  7. Kolya2:16 PM

    no problem from snowy vermont

  8. Anonymous2:38 PM

    I am in Miami and see you fine. No trouble so far.

  9. I see it here, but with another colour: blue and white, very beautiful, I like it more like that.
    Just kidding. I see it with the same Duquenal colour combination.
    Perhaps the milicos are testing "it".

  10. I couldn´t access the site yesterday or this morning. Now you are coming in loud and from Sabana Grande, Caracas! I thought also that some sort of sneaky business was on course or the rose-colored trolls and gnomes were causing mischief. Silly, silly me!

  11. Island Canuck3:07 PM

    I posted in MO's blog that I couldn't get in to your's or Venpiramides. Later it was other Blogger blogs.

    I'm on CANTV DSL. Had no problem reaching you through a proxy.

    They did this during & after the AN elections for 48 hours. Looks like they're playing with their new toys.

    Cna see you now.

  12. 1979 Boat People3:08 PM

    Visible in Toronto, Canada

  13. I could not see it last night, but see it fine today. Have local internet access (CCS).

  14. Anonymous3:18 PM

    It seems to be that is having the problem here in venezuela.
    Gustavo, Feathers etc,

  15. No problem in Panama.

  16. Anonymous4:16 PM

    Kein Problem in Germany.

  17. No problem from here in North Carolina.It looks exactly the same.

  18. Anonymous5:48 PM

    We can read you in Virginia.

  19. Reading you 100 x 100 in Virginia Water, Surrey, in-gur-land!!! Land of the 2011 Royal Wedding, the 2012 Olympics and the 2018 World...oh wait.

  20. Anonymous6:45 PM

    No issue here in Santa Fe, NM. USA.

  21. No problem in Honduras - always visible to me.

  22. Daniel I couldn't access your blog, mine or any other blogspot. I think it was just a technical trouble of our CANTV friends, not a deliberate attempt of censorship because other blogs in wordpress were visible. Next time you can't access your blog use this site:

  23. Brett8:26 PM

    In Seattle your blog comes in as clear as our tap water (that is better than most bottled water).


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