Yeah, so. TypePad had some issues this month. Mena and Ben explain it best over here.
I hate when bad things happen to good servers, but I do love being able to use the flexibilty of blogging to communicate to the users who are feeling our pain. My favorites so far have been Diva Marketing (how apropos, after the Diva post), and the user who said "system adminstrators everywhere are feeling your pain" or something to that effect.
It makes me think back to my PR case studies class (I was a comm major, go figure) and wonder what future classes will use as examples of damage control, or how my digital communication class must have changed since then. Whose blog will they use as an example of damage control, held up like the speedy reaction of PR gurus in the Tylenol case, or the Pizza Hut case?