A blog about my RV lifestyle.
Yikes! That's a bummer! So sorry you are having troubles!
I'll get it resolved soon, I hope. Thanks.
aggravating for sure! ... but doesn't the post go into the draft file? I have also connection but when I log back on ... the post was automatically saved as a draft.bummer!
Nope, lost that one. Didn't realize while I was typing it, I went offline, so it did not get do do the saving thing while I muddled along. No biggie. I need to reset the netbook to auto connect. The WiFi in the house kept going down.
I thought my post was gone when I accidentally closed the window but like Carolyn says, blogger automatically saves it.Congratulations on the new toy. Hope technology is a better friend tomorrow.
Thanks. Yes, it generally saves as you type. But I was knocked offline & didn't realize it.
What did we do before?! It's hard to imagine now huh?
We twiddled our thumbs & played string games???
It is so frustrating when that happens. And it seems to happen way too often. Good luck getting it worked out.
Sometimes I type offline in a word type program then copy paste...but even then, that doesn't always work. Not good when its a nice long post either LOL.
Yea, if I had noticed I was no longer online, then I would have done a copy & paste! Oh well, it wasn't that important anyhow...
I totally understand. The internet here is slowing down as more campers come into the park. Also, the island is getting crazy busy, especially on the weekend. I don't think the cell and internet service to the island can handle the influx of visitors.
There's something either wrong with my friends router or system. It just started doing this, several times a day. My Mom lives & works in an older campground. Yes, their wifi suffers when they get really busy & so does the power. The power dives, scary & is why folks should use surge guards on their RV's!
Please feel free to leave comments, I do read them and sometimes, I even learn something! Sorry, anonymous comments have been disabled due to the overwhelming amount of spams that kept coming through.