He's now at patterico.net. Change your links to that, because it looks like they're running ads now on patterico.com.
And he could use your help finding out what happened to his site:
Anyone know a good civil lawyer with experience in dealing with domain registration issues, who might be willing to take on a case pro bono, or even just give some general advice on the policies and procedures involved in rescuing a hijacked domain? Iím not to that point just yet, but it may be headed that way.
P.S. Looks like his domain has been hijacked.Posted by Jim Treacher at October 24, 2008 07:19 AM