Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Please Stand By

We are experiencing some technical difficulty, once again.
Last night my ISP upgraded the file storage capabilities, where I keep the music files on the Bus. As with most all of the upgrades they've performed, nothing is working now.
I'll get the Bus back on the road as soon as Comcast finds the problem.

File links have been fixed and the Bus is back on the road.


Blogger Black Dog said...

Hello ED,
I checked in this morning before the breakdown. Malvina Russell. I had forgotten. What a wonderful surprise. ~ It was the train when I boarded the Bus back in the summer. We both agreed then that rivers were a source of inspiration and energy. A road of light flowing out to sea...Paxton, The Faucets are Dripping by Seeger -time machines that take me back to New York. This is yesterday's news but an on-going subject.
Hope you can get things running. The Bus would be sorely missed if you don't find the right spark plugs. Knowing nothing of how these things work I do know that words and music travel the distance - the bus is a fine travelling vehicule.

all thoughts fly... k.

October 10, 2007 11:34 AM  
Blogger Jim H. said...

While on standby, the refrain from a John Prine song might knit this post and the last one together:

"Daddy won't you take me back
to Mulenbergh County,
down by the Green River,
where paradise lay.
I'm sorry my son,
but you're too late in askin'.
Mr. Peabody's coal train
done hauled it away."

The voracious mining company in this case being Comcast.

October 10, 2007 11:59 AM  
Blogger Ed said...

Black Dog, We've got it fixed and I'll repost Malvina soon. Music, like a river, can take us all to where we belong.

Jim H., Great comparison. Fortunatley the Bus can be restored overnight, the Green River may take much longer.

October 10, 2007 4:49 PM  

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