Our long national nightmare is over. The problem with Recent Comments has finally been fixed. A more subtle but important change: the software on the site has been updated, and the http prefix has been exchanged for an https — meaning those messages telling users that the site is “insecure” are a thing of the past.
I owe all of this to Charles C.W. Cooke, who, in addition to being an excellent writer and thinker (check out his book The Conservatarian Manifesto: Libertarians, Conservatives, and the Fight for the Right’s Future), has his own tech company, Astroluxe. He accomplished the move to new servers last night, and the hosting is far less expensive. So far, I’m thrilled.