Nov 262018
 

The current Jeff’s Place website will cease to exist in the near future, but I am happy to inform you that the content at Jeff’s Place will be preserved and accessible.

What I don’t know yet is the details about where and when, but as soon as I know more I’ll be sure to let you know all the details.

As you might imagine, I’ve been sweating bullets about all the recent IT issues here at Jeff’s Place and what the future might hold for the site.

I’m taking a deep breath, and am very relieved that the content will be preserved and I’ll be able to continue writing for you.

Jeff’s Place  has been a real labor of love for me, and I’ve really enjoyed writing for you about my audio & music life over the last ten years.

Today I spent some time on the phone with my provider, GoDaddy, and was helped considerably by a very nice tech who was able to restore functionality to a large extent.

Now photos and links are working correctly as far as I can tell.

Some comments were lost when restoring the site to an earlier backup, so sorry to those who lost comments from the last few days or so, but I’m relieved that the losses were limited to that.

The writing is on the wall that the current WordPress “theme” that I use will have to be replaced as it is becoming outdated and is no longer supported (the “theme” is what makes the pages you read here at Jeff’s Place look the way the do).

Until all of this gets figured out I will not be writing new posts here on “the old site”, so figure on a week, or maybe two, before you’ll see any hifi related posts.

As soon as I have more news I will share it with you!

As always, thanks for stopping by, and may the tone be with you!

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