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Earlier this morning,  I read an article on Wired about glitches in Blogger.  As I read,  I kept thinking,  "I haven't had any of these problems."  I guess I jinxed myself once again because it took me half-an-hour of frustration to get my last post to publish to my blog.

Here's the first couple of paragraphs from the article -- "Bloggers Pitch Fits Over Glitches":

Posted by Adam J. Penenberg
02:00 AM Apr. 07, 2005 PT

What's up with Blogger, the institution that is eponymous with the media phenomenon it helped spawn?

Lately, it seems like almost every time you tune into your favorite Blogger-hosted blog to catch up on the latest gossip, meme, political diatribe or cybersnark, you find that the site is frozen in time.  Or, there are multiple posts with identical content.  Since Blogger, which is owned and operated by that sleek geek machine, Google, is a lot like a public utility, when it goes down, so do the lights on a large swatch of the blogosphere.

The result: a lot of irate netizens.
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