Alternate weblinks for CaNNet hosted blogs

It occurs to us in the busyness of life the past few weeks, we elves have been seriously remiss in not posting the links to the alternate (backup blogs — perhaps soon to be permanent blogs) of many of the Anglican sites hosted by Classical Anglican Net which suffered serious hacking about 2 weeks ago, and which is still offline as a result.

Mike Daley of CaNNet is still working to restore the blog databases and partitions, and hopes to have the blogs backup as soon as possible, perhaps within a few days. But in the meantime, please note these links. Our apologies for the delay in posting these!

Brad Drell:

Confessing Reader:

Lent & Beyond:

Rather Not Blog:

Surrounded (Diocese of San Joaquin):

As for the archives of the old Titusonenine site, most posts can be accessed either by using the Google Cache feature, or by using an internet archive site like “The Wayback Machine.” Feel free to e-mail the elves if you need help finding something or accessing something on the old blog.

And please keep Mike Daley in prayer as he works to restore the CaNNet blogs. Even if all or most of the blogs make the switch to new sites, having access to their archives is important. Thanks.


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4 comments on “Alternate weblinks for CaNNet hosted blogs

  1. MargaretG says:

    [blockquote] which suffered serious hacking about 2 weeks ago [/blockquote]

    Is there any indication of who was behind this ?
    I recall one other time when all the conservative blogs seemed to be under denial of service attacks – but somehow randomly none of the revisionists seem to be …
    So I wondered …

  2. Scott Gilbreath says:

    Does Anglican Planet have an alternative online site? (I know it’s not a blog, but it’s associated with CaNNet.)

  3. Nikolaus says:

    Look no further than the bowels of 815, MargaretG.

  4. Beth W. says:

    Did Classical Anglican Net has suffered hacking? Is there any software to prevent such hackings? Yes, Anglican Net is associated with CaNNet.