Wondrous are the Ways of the Web

Yesterday, I got a proper scare. As I was about to sign-out of my blog, I was informed that my blog no longer existed. Panic-stricken, I tried to access my mail, only to be told that as some unusual activity had been detected over there, google had shut all access to it as a precautionary measure. I was asked to provide my phone-number. Wary of it, I waited and waited, while I thought of my labour of love of two years vanishing in a second. Finally, I did provide my mobile number, was sent a code, fed it and lo and behold, the mail-account and blog was back!

Even as my viewed my blog with relief, I found out that it had gained a new follower. AH! Something good, finally as I searched for my new follower….only to realise that I, myself was the new follower!!! I don’t know how it happened. And being technologically-challenged, I am not even going to try finding it out. I am just happy having my blog back.

Has it happened to you to? What did you do? Are you having problems viewing the blog?


The image is copied from chrissiecool.deviantart.com

5 thoughts on “Wondrous are the Ways of the Web

  1. You are right to be very wary of these things I often get email saying my account is suspended due to some unusual activity… It is never true they are just trying to get information to access my account. I really don't see how a blog could have unusual activity myself so be careful of any other messages and maybe change your password having first ensured your antivirus is up to date.I also have everything on my blog backed up in word documents as I tend to write them there first anyway, and copy and paste it….


  2. Rob, I simply don't understand certain policies of the web-managers. Thanks for your suggestions. I have become used to typing everything on blogger itself. Guess, I need to change that.


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