I wish companies would start to realize that if something is working well, then there's really no need to come in and try and ''improve it''. It almost always opens the door for your product to completely SHIT THE BED.
Blogger had months of beautiful uninterrupted service(except for a few hours of maintenance) and then soon as they try to upgrade to a so called ''better' version everything goes tits up and they have to roll back the system, people lose posts, comments and pages (no idea if they are able to retrieve those haven't checked the status forum this morning yet).
You would think that all the issues that have been flooding in since they started introducing all these new features would have sent up alarm bells E.g Unable to post comments, formatting going missing when using the old posting tool, unable to post images etc etc
Glad it's back though I've become quite attached to having my odd ramble on the internet, and checking out others rambles, and I have some pic spammage to post later when I have the time!