I posted recently about how logo designer David Airey’s website domain name was hacked and ‘stolen’. I’m happy to post today that the site has been returned to it’s rightful owner and as David writes – a Collective effort restores David Airey.com - it is thanks to the awesome efforts of the community-at-large that David’s domain name has been restored. Thanks to all who helped out!
This whole ordeal must have been quite frustrating for an avid blogger like Airey who posts quite regularly. My hat is off to him for handling it so marvolously. His posts and social efforts helped to spread the story like wildfire amongst the community of frequent readers and other professional bloggers who responded quickly with sound advice & active involvement turning this nightmare into a community-wide life lesson.
The posts and associated comments are worth a read for anyone who takes their blogging seriously. Reading through this content might save you from enduring a nightmare of your own.
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