Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Hong Kong cut off

A strange way to come back to work; Internet connections via Hong Kong's largest service provider, Netvigator, appear to be cut off from the outside world. Hong Kong web sites are working fine, but all others (except Google which I assume is operating through a local mirror) are dead. The company, a subsidiary of little Dickie Li's PCCW, has notoriously horrible customer service and is intermittently unreliable. Needless to say, their telephones are not being answered this morning, even by machines and there are no notices on their home page as to what's going on.

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