Anyone checked the Anovos site lately?
If anyone still has the io9 writer's contact information, maybe it would be worth mentioning that their site is gone (?)I still hope that that io9/Gizmodo article gets published. Even a “large” group of us here appealing to Disney seems unlikely to do much.
But if one of the larger tech/geek websites picks up the story, others will probably link to it, and our story could snowball into something that Disney can no longer keep ignoring as easily.
I’d try this writer:If anyone still has the io9 writer's contact information, maybe it would be worth mentioning that their site is gone (?)
Thanks. Will email him now.I’d try this writer:
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I wonder if we’ll see any articles about this mess NOW? So many websites tripped over themselves to give what were essentially marketing puff pieces, but I don’t see anyone writing about this, the biggest Anovos-reared news in years.
Says a lot. Shame on all of them.
I have read too much my friends on The RPF, but thank you for keeping everyone in the loop on the ongoing saga that is Anovos, not delivering what we all paid for many, many, years go; I ignore any emails from them in my junk folder. I think I will watch the Chapelle’s Show PopCopy sketch on YouTube now, so I know the answer to “why”
Doubtful but we will allow itMaybe the Anovos website was impacted by the outage mentioned in this article.
Amazon, Delta and Capital One were among dozens of sites hit by the widespread outage. Content distribution network Akamai says the disruption was caused by a software configuration update.www.npr.org