A 404 status code means the site, (as you've found out), is Not Found. That
doesn't mean that it has disappeared forever, it could mean the webmaster
was doing some maintenance, for example. I see the site you were trying to
view is back up now, but should it disappear again and you are at a loss for
something to do you could go here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HTTP_status_codes and look at the other
couple of dozen plus status codes, 418 being my favourite proving geeks
actually have a sense of humour :)
From: Judy Seigel [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 28 October 2009 02:12
Subject: Re: Daguerreotype Gallery
On 24-Oct-09, at 5:05 PM, Gregory Popovitch wrote:
Please come visit my new gallery of modern daguerreotypes at
http://www.dagartist.com. I would love to hear your thoughts!
Why is it that, tho I've tried that address several times, each time I get
the message -- a number something like 404, claiming there's no such
person, address or phone in the entire universe so forgeddaboudit...
I've copied it directly onto the clipboard, checked carefylly and
rechecked, but the gremlin connected to my server isn't having any...
david drake photography
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