Switched back to A Small Orange. Waiting for them to make me a referral ID. Their site says my password is wrong every time I try to make an ID. That was the reason for switching. You get free credits towards future invoices, if people sign up with your link. 2 dollars cheaper then BUYSHARED. But not as much space or bandwidth. I don't trust BUYSHARED anyways, my database user got deleted somehow. If I get enough credits, I can upgrade my hosting. Don't really need to though. Site uses under 10 GB of bandwidth, under 1 GB of space. I moved vanvalkinburgh.gallery to Flickr, it should redirect to Flickr. Not for me in Windows, I think it does in my virtual machine, Windows is retarded and holds on to the old DNS info. I cleared the DNS cache multiple times last night. Probably have to reboot to fix that. Looks like their affiliates department is very slow at responding. Maybe they are gone for the day. Oh yeah they support Ruby on Rails. Still no email from A Small Orange, I guess the affiliate department went home already. They don't care to fix their site, and they don't care to email me. Is there a host like A Small Orange that has a working site?

Uploaded all the pictures on vanvalkinburgh.gallery to Flickr last night, thought it was going to take all night. It finished before I fell a sleep. Fast forwarding on Sling TV works better now too. Probably cuts out less too.

They only alert you now after something posts. So instead of getting an alert right after using your card, you don't get one. So sometime in the future I'll get a notification from paying my internet bill. I'll forget what it is by then, and think somebody stole my account info. Good job chase, at making your shitty service even more shitty. I should switch my bank, the better ones might not have a mobile app though. They have a mobile site, good enough. Got a text right away, after deleting my mobile number from Chase. Text said I won't get any notifications on my number anymore.

Think I'll skip my sister's son's birthday party. Pizza and cake might be good, but the humiliation not so much. Maybe I'll skip all family events, including Christmas and Thanksgiving.

Don't cancel your current hosting right away. Sign up with the new host, enter your FTP details on your old host. No having to download and upload the backup. Only problem is, I have a ton of backups that are using a lot of space. The shared hosting on A Small Orange wouldn't have enough space. At least not the plan I'd get.
WARNING: You cannot restore full backups through the system’s interface.
So you'd have to ask your host to restore the backup. Pain in the ass. I'll keep my current host until they delete my database user again. I might email them if it gets deleted again. Maybe somebody else on the server is doing it, that shouldn't be able to.

Does the same thing over the air TV does. Did it with the 6 Mbps plan from Comcast, and does it with the 25 Mbps plan. Sling TV needs to add more capacity. Maybe Comcast is throttling it, because it competes with their shitty TV service.

Took an hour or so nap. Got up, checked the modem page, and it finally rebooted. Did a speed test, get over 25 Mbps download, and around 6 Mbps for my upload. I can switch my host now if I want to. Assuming I can upload without having to limit my upload speed. I can upload almost as fast as my internet was before. Had to limit my upload before because it would make the internet unusable. You'd only be able to upload and not do anything else on the internet. Only 26.3 Mbps on testmy.net, think it was 28 on speedtest.net. The bill probably won't be updated until the next bill. So I'll owe more then $61.95 next month.

Says the content is unavailable in my location. Doesn't say that on my NVIDIA SHIELD. Update It won't open now, says location can't be determined. I think I turned off the ability for apps to get my location. It opens now, but still says the content is unavailable in my location. No GPS, so I don't know what location it's getting. Wherever it thinks my IP is I guess. Good idea, add location crap to the PC app that won't give you an exact address.