I know, it’s not nice to kick someone when they’re down. I am truly sorry for the web admin that has to work on Tudorwatch.com. The site was down for 1 hour and 30 minutes. What happened?
Tudor has had a countdown on their site for days, counting down to the big announcements for 2021.
When the time elapsed, this is what displayed:
“You are good to go!” is not the kind of professional, well thought out marketing message I expect from Tudor. Shortly afterwards, the site went offline with various server error messages. It has only just come back.
These things happen. But I never would have predicted that they’d have had as much trouble as they did.
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