How. Embarrassment.

In one of the most unprofessional IT moves ever, my domain expired over the weekend.

I am so ashamed. I rant and rail at other who do this, yet when the time comes apparently I can be just as incompetent. ๐Ÿ˜ณ

The story goes like this: I received 3 expiry warnings from GoDaddy and blithely ignored them, as I had enabled the auto-renew feature where they simply charge the credit card used last time. Yeah good, except that I have changed credit card numbers and last years wont work. Stoopid. But recoverable at least. Fees paid and GoDaddy switched back the DNS within minutes. Very happy with their service so far. And to think I have Scott Sigler to thank for the recommendation – a horror podcaster would not have been my first choice for domain registration advice, but its working. ๐Ÿ˜€

My most humble apologies to the various peoples who I have been assisting in their endeavors. I’ll have to step up my service level to win back your acclaim and trust. ๐Ÿ˜‰