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CrouchingOwl
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23 May 2011, 10:23 pm

The blog Ballastexistenz appears to have disappeared sort of like it got stuck half way during a platform migration. Anybody know if it will be back up soon? I loved reading the things she posted there and the archives of older posts were really good too.



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23 May 2011, 10:47 pm

Unfortunately, I have no information (nor would I be in a position to do so). However, I do know from experience that transplanting a wordpress blog is some amount of work.

If she backed everything up from before everything was taken down, all she'll have to do is upload it again to the new iteration and everything will be back mostly as it was. Bookmarks need to be micromanaged a lot (as I found out) as subcategories aren't saved, but yeah. What's there doesn't mean it'll be harder for it to come back up.

Given that it's the blog that told me I was autistic (that sounds a bit melodramatic), I hope it comes back up.



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24 May 2011, 12:51 am

It can still be picked out of the Wayback Machine, but it looks like some of the more recent stuff may have been lost.

I really hope Anbuend had her stuff backed up. She has a very interesting blog and it'd suck if we lost it.


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04 Jun 2011, 4:50 pm

http://ballastexistenz.wordpress.com/


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