If you can read this….

I transferred my cthreepo.com domain and 20 others to 1and1 hosting today. After the problems with HostMerit, I thought it best. I liked the idea that it was local and I liked the idea that it was a hacker entrepreneur running the site, and I liked that it was cheap. But, Hostmerit was not stable enough to stick with. They lost 4 months of data and then were angry that I asked them to find it. They pointed me to the old site where they said there was no data and I was able to copy it all down to my PC.

In the middle of this, they sent me a bill for the next year’s service. Well, not today. I will stick with the more expensive, klutzy web hosting service. 1and1.com is a German company with a NY data center. I will use it for a while and hope for the best.

I transferred all the little accounts and the blog. On Wednesday I will transfer freenameastar.com. The only one left is StellaMaeve.com, the one for Jimmy’s actress daughter and I have to wait on Jim to update the DNS as he owns the domain.

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  1. Jim Shannon wrote:

    Odd you should mention this. My web guy who is hosting my Geek log site is also in Germany. I’m paying 50 Euros/year for my domain name ejim shannon.com and that includes hosting my site. My server is out of Walnut California. They seem to be stable even though I get the usual time outs.

    Your guy in Germany wouldn’t be named Markus would it?

    Tuesday, February 27, 2007 at 3:42 am | Permalink

 

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