Serious site outage

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The site has had a cas­cade of prob­lems, com­menc­ing with us exceed­ing the server’s size lim­its, and end­ing with our ISP shut­ting the site down because they inter­preted our attempts to move giga­bytes of mate­r­ial off-line as suspicious!

We were finally allowed back up today, and are now mov­ing the site to a dif­fer­ent ISP.

There may be some fur­ther dis­rup­tions in this process, but it will be worth it.

I am sorry that the site has been down for so long, but with no sup­port staff to look after these things and no time to do it myself (let alone exper­tise!), I have had to wait until vol­un­teers were able to sort out the problems.

About Steve Keen

I am Professor of Economics and Head of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University London, and a long time critic of conventional economic thought. As well as attacking mainstream thought in Debunking Economics, I am also developing an alternative dynamic approach to economic modelling. The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt-deflation on the back of the enormous private debts accumulated globally, and our very low rate of inflation.
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4 Responses to Serious site outage

  1. Peak Debt says:

    Good to see this site back up again, I was get­ting wor­ried when it went down around the same time as Bub­ble­pe­dia went down, which seems to be clos­ing down per­ma­nently now.….

    A pity because Bub­ble­pe­dia used to be a good site years ago.

  2. BJ Chippindale says:

    I really appre­ci­ate your keep­ing this acces­si­ble.… and I want to really really thank those name­less volunteers.

    Thank you

  3. ? ? says:

    How unfor­tu­nate. The aver­age qual­ity of inter­net econ blog­ging was up tremen­dously (though still ter­ri­ble!) while this blog was down.

  4. Derek R says:

    Well, nat­u­rally. While this site was down, its com­menters spent their time sort­ing out the clue­less­ness which infests most other econ blogs. Sadly we couldn’t have a huge impact as we are vastly outnumbered.

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