This usually means that my host, Webserve, has had yet another breakdown with their database server. This problem is ongoing and I can't do anything about it because their support team seems to have taken a leave of absence. You can find my work in digital imagery at Flickr. You can visit notablog. As an interesting exercise you could email Webserve support or feedback and complain about not being able to access my blog. CC me at email@example.com, I would really appreciate that.
Having a dead blog feels like having one's work stolen. I pay for this service, so it's real cash that has gone missing. I have been working online for over a decade and the runran blog was supposed to be window into that decade. That window is broken. I used to hand code all of my work and now I remember why. I did not use Blogger or Live Journal or some such service. My thinking was that, by using Wordpress on my own site, I would have complete control over the design and plugins on my blog. There are always glitches with database servers, but my host Webserve has become ridiculous. I will of course change hosts as soon as possible, but that's no easy task when dealing with a company that hides behind a virtual wall of silence. I will visit their real office when I return to Vancouver, if only to see the faces of the people who have stolen my work