I apologize for that! Because of this blog’s success, I had to upgrade to a higher-end server and my website was moved there a few days ago. I don’t want to bother you with technical DNS-related stuff, so let’s just say that this entailed a few inevitable hiccups.
I believe the matter has been sorted out for most of the world by now (some DNS servers can take up to 48 hours to propagate). Since the new server is better and faster, I hope the cost and trouble involved were worth it and that normal service has now resumed. There seem to be some lingering problems with comments, but I hope these will get resolved soon.
If you enjoy my content and feel you’d like to contribute to the (significant) maintenance costs, please consider buying one of my books or helping with a one-time donation. Even a single dollar will help!
Special thanks to D.W. Peach and Pete Johnson who noticed the problems and emailed me about them.