Regular visitors to my old site – synchrony – will know that I’ve had various problems with the site, including: slow access or no access at all, very long delays in posting comments, and so on. Last weekend the whole thing fell apart completely. My ISP (who hosted the old site) swear blind this was nothing to do with them, but I lost all access to my MT configuration, and when I did finally manage to get back in, two days later, my database had been corrupted. So, I decided enough was enough and moved the site to blogomania who seem really well set up for supporting blog software. And so far they seem really great.
However, one of the things I had to do to use them was set up a domain name (the old site just used my ISP’s server address), and as all the decent ones containing ‘synchrony’ had gone I needed to pick something else. So, after some head scratching and flicking through the dictionary, the site was renamed chromasia. If, by any chance, you had my old site listed as a favourite at photoblogs.org I’d be really grateful if you could vote for this one as well.
As for this image: it’s one of a series of shots I took a couple of days ago of an old Grass Model 7B polygraph that sits in one of our labs in our department. It hasn’t been used for quite some years and I thought I better photograph it before someone decides to get rid of it. I’ll post some more shots over the next few days.
Oh, and if you subscribed to either the main news feed or the comments feed of the old site the new ones are:
1.13pm on 2/2/04
B+W UV 010