It looks like I can see them - the masthead is visible and at
least two photos - those come from images.mothertalkers, as far as
I can tell.
I still can't get the images on DKos on my computer at work, but
I am able to get them on my phone if I connect via cell rather than
WiFi. Both home and work have Earthlink, so maybe the problem is
(sorry it took so long to respond, but it's been hectic at
You should still be able to recommend and/or hotlist. The
problem is that you need to hit the target to do it, and the icons
by the title are small. To recommend, it's easier to do it from the
now-invisible "recommend" button at the bottom of the diary. (Same
for the "Post a comment" button.
Just now when I scrolled over where the star and plus sign
should be, rollover text for recommend and hotlist appeared. But
maybe I'm just lucky.
I'm having same problem, not able to view any Dkos images for
the last 3 days on my home computer but it's fine at work... I was
also affected the last time this problem popped up a few weeks ago.
At home I'm on a Mac, using Safari browser with an Earthlink DSL
connection. At work I'm on a Mac, using Safari browser but our ISP
I had the same result as vivian when I tried doing it from home
via Safari. At work, when I had the mysterious disappearing
message, I was doing it through windows on a mac using the "Run"
function. I don't know how to "run" on a mac, and help isn't
Clayton, how do you switch addresses on your network settings?
I'd really like to see images again. This sucks.
ct on 08 Dec, 2011 05:04 PM
One, can anyone who ran the nslookup successfully send me their
public IP address? You can send it to me at jeremy -at- dailykos
DOT com. Those of you who haven't figured out how to do it, don't
worry right now; it's not a web thing, it's a command line
Two, I've been told that they found a "problematic proxy node in
Chicago" that may have been causing some of these problems. Has it
gotten better for anyone?
ct on 08 Dec, 2011 05:35 PM
If you want to run nslookup, open up a cmd.exe window (if on
Windows) or a Terminal.app window (if on a Mac) and type "nslookup
On Windows, click on the "Start" button (or whatever it is now;
NT4 was about the last version of Windows I used routinely), type
cmd.exe there, and run it. You can run nslookup in the window that
On Mac, open Terminal in Applications > Utilities and run it
in the window that comes up.
I sent my ip address to the email address that you listed above,
and it ended up here in the message stream as #23. (I'd
originally posted it in comment #22, and then thought maybe it would be
more direct to email.)