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You Can't Give The Enemy A Break. Send Him to Hell

by Rainier on Oct. 9, 2009 @ 12:00 a.m. PDT

No time to watch TV shows today! The time flew by and there are too many things to do, but with the weekend ahead of us, we'll have plenty of time to catch up on recorded stuff.

From what Adam told me, last night's Left 4 Dead 2 event was pretty fun, and in case you haven't checked the Doug Lombardi interview yet, get to it!

We're not sure if it had any effect on the public-facing part of the site, but during the past week or so, we suddenly started having some issues with the CMS. For some reason, the Web server was timing out and not responding anymore. After a few changes that improved things but didn't fix the issue, Ricky decided to use a new, experimental Web server — the same tech that Facebook uses — and not only did it resolve the problem, but the back-end is also noticeably much faster. All hail Ricky!
No time to watch TV shows today! The time flew by and there are too many things to do, but with the weekend ahead of us, we'll have plenty of time to catch up on recorded stuff.

From what Adam told me, last night's Left 4 Dead 2 event was pretty fun, and in case you haven't checked the Doug Lombardi interview yet, get to it!

We're not sure if it had any effect on the public-facing part of the site, but during the past week or so, we suddenly started having some issues with the CMS. For some reason, the Web server was timing out and not responding anymore. After a few changes that improved things but didn't fix the issue, Ricky decided to use a new, experimental Web server — the same tech that Facebook uses — and not only did it resolve the problem, but the back-end is also noticeably much faster. All hail Ricky!
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