Angelissima On 20/03/2004
you keep saying that, but you never do.
Zinetv On 05/03/2004
You are wrong!!!! Water torture is more fun. Interestingly, I have a similar set up with a T-1 at work and cable modem at home. The same problems happen; when they do, I just do something else. I have given up expecting fotolog to work well for any period of time. But having searched the internet for an alternative, fotolog with its huge warts is still unique.I really like your project, don`t give up; allow it to happen in a slower time frame.
Apt615 On 04/03/2004
wait it out -- the latest improvements are the kind that wreck havoc with caching -- it will take awhile but it will run smoothly again
Ronni On 03/03/2004
I`m on a T1 at work and cable modem at home. (I`m in a very boring meeting at the moment ;-) It`s different problems at different times of day, but it is so dispiriting here these days. I have a couple of minutes to upload - and it won`t upload. I want to link to an archived image, I can`t get into the archive. It just never stops. It`s like water torture.
Boogers On 03/03/2004
Are you using dial-up, Ronni?
Arto On 03/03/2004
not yet! I`m just catching up..
Ibanda On 03/03/2004
Don`t give up Ronni - your new project is great.<A HREF="http://ibanda.blogs.com/panchromatica/2004/03/documenting_tom.html" TARGET=_top>http://ibanda.blogs.com/panchromatica/2004/03/documenting_tom.html</A> Apart from the archive - whichwe all know about - I don`t have these problems. I can see f/f, comments and my own archive. I wonder if there is also a browser issue?
Ronni On 03/03/2004
I don`t mean that all those things listed above happen at once, but a minimum of one - and usually more - is always occurring while it is also taking 30-plus seconds for a page to load. I don`t know about the lives of the rest of you, but I don`t have time to waste in this manner.
Shoot_out On 03/03/2004
He, Ronni! Everything works fine here (despite the archive). I can see your f/fs, your comments etc. Why can`t you?
Pellegrini On 03/03/2004
Try it! Be patient.... Sometimes I also want to give up but we have such a wonderful friendship all over the world... Lets cross our fingers!
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