I am trying to change registrars, aka move away from GoDaddy, and so if the site is down, that is why.
Why am I leaving GoDaddy.com, you ask? Oh that's easy.
Over the years, I have owned many domain names. Almost all of them have been registered through GoDaddy.com. Sometimes I wouldn't keep my email address kept up, or read through emails from them, and my domains would expire. With GoDaddy, your domain doesn't expire as soon as you let it go. They host it, and make it appear as one of their spam bots has a legitmate site there. I should know. One of my domains that I registered over ten years ago was finally let go by them, and since I had it back ordered through them, they made me a winning bidder on the domain, and now, within a week from that email, I may get the domain back. May. It's already been renewed until December 2013, but then they tell me that the domain may be renewed by the spam bot (GoDaddy themselves), and I may not get the domain after all.
Hence, domains that are forgotten about that are registered through DreamHost or NameCheap, well, they don't usually appear in the clutches of spamming cyber squatters for years after you let them expire. The most I have ever witnessed a site being in the hands of a spam bot, that was registered through GoDaddy or DreamHost, was a year, and that site had to be a fairly popular site. Hundreds-of-hits-per-day, on a continuous basis popular.
I know that I don't update near enough here, but at the moment I am helping other website owners with their own sites, plus I have a couple of other pages that I am working on. Someday this site will soar again. Someday.