Posted on | December 13, 2005 | By Mark Frankel | 7 Comments
Our hosting service got hit by a DDos (Distributed Denial of Service) attack yesterday, which unfortunately resulted in this site (and all others hosted there) being down for about 4 hours yesterday afternoon.
We want to express our appreciation for all the helpful feedback we have received via comments, emails and links to Beyond Teshuva. Please continue to express and share your thoughts so we can continue to improve.
More than one person commented that we’re putting out too much good stuff too fast and people don’t have time to digest it all. We were originally thinking that three substantive posts a day plus a few links was a good target, but let us know if you think that’s too much. I’m moving Rabbi Schiller’s great post toward the top of the blog, since its Friday posting date did not give it the full exposure and commenting it deserves.
It would also be helpful if you could tell 2 friends, so they could tell 2 friends, so they could tell 2 friends… so that we can connect with and provide benefit to as many people as possible. Rabbi Lam talked about commercial jingles in our heads and I’m curious how many people remember where the “tell 2 friends” meme comes from.
We’re trying to come up with a tag line. Whaddya think of “Learning, Growing, Giving (and Sushi)”.