Alive and dreamin’ and my other domains are now hosted at Dreamhost. I think they run just as fast as they used to on the GoDaddy virtual private host. But I don’t know, why don’t you come and kick the tires? Just let me know if anything seems amiss.

Be advised and are AWOL because of DNS propagation issues. I’m pretty confident they will become available once the DNS records are synchronized across the whole ‘Net. I tested the shared host install and content of on a dummy domain, and it ran fine.

As if to underscore that the move to Dreamhost was a good decision, I originally thought the and unavailability was a misconfiguration issue on Dreamhost’s part. I fired up a support request, and would you believe they got back to me in less than 30 minutes, and with the correct answer?

Let’s see the dumbass tech support folks at GoDaddy beat that! The best GoDaddy tech support can do on a first try is quote their unhelpful help pages, which they’re too dumb to understand anyhow, and they take many hours to reply! I guess it takes them that long to find which of their unhelpful help pages is more vaguely related to my problem.

Dreamhost tech support is leaps and bounds over GoDaddy’s. I never felt so confident about something as mundane and commonplace as web hosting. But as with everything else in life, there are dumbasses and grumpy saboteurs everywhere, ready to take your cash and trust and treat it without care. You need to be careful and find someone worthy of your cash and trust.

I’m glad to see first hand that Dreamhost lives up to its good reputation. And I’ve learned first hand that GoDaddy lives up to theirs.

About dreadpiratepj

I have been goofing around with computers since May 1978, when I was about seven years old. For the past decade, I've even managed to have people pay me for this! Suckers! :-)
This entry was posted in Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Alive and dreamin’

  1. Pingback: Movin’ Down the Coast at ten billion butterfly sneezes

Comments are closed.