Error accessing your website

Web Connectivity Team wct at
Mon Sep 23 15:59:21 EDT 2002

On Mon Sep 23, 2002 at 12:46:48 AM EDT I was unable to reach your web site:
due to the following error:  Time Out

As of Mon Sep 23, 2002 at 04:01:42 PM EDT I am able to access your web site again.

I work for InternetSeer, a Web site monitoring company. InternetSeer is 
conducting an ongoing study of web connectivity. As recommended by the Robots 
Guidelines, this email is being sent to explain our research activities and 
to let you know about the difficulty in connecting to your site.

The error listed above was initially detected by our primary site monitor in 
Philadelphia, Pa. then verified by our secondary site monitor located in Los 
Angeles, Ca. before this error event was recorded.

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As part of your free web site monitoring service, you'll receive immediate 
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those email addresses excluded from our system.

InternetSeer does not store or publish the content of your pages, but rather 
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Web Connectivity Team

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confirmation from our web site.

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