Hosting Officially Moved to ASPNix

26. March 2006 22:14

Last night, I updated the nameservers for my domain to use my VPS hosted by ASPNix.  I manually edited the DNS of my GoDaddy account to redirect all requests to this site.  This alleviates the headache of some people hitting the GoDaddy hosted site instead of this one until the domain change completely propagates across the web.

My GoDaddy account has been set to expire in a couple of weeks.  You can believe that I am happy about that.  Their service may be great for some people, but my patience expired a long time ago due to all of the trust issues.  If you read my blog much at all, you don't have to go back very far to see me complaining about GoDaddy.  In any case, I guess that is enough said about the subject. 

So far, I am extremely pleased with the service provided by ASPNix.  I highly recommend their VPS plans to anyone that is interested.  They also have reasonable shared hosting plans that are competitive with GoDaddy.

Let's hope this is the last complaining you hear from me about hosting services for a while.

As you may have noticed, I am now running Community Server 2.0.  I love this platform.  The blog and photo galleries are perfectly suited to my needs.  As time permits, I plan on modifying the CSS for more of a custom look. 

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