For almost a day the Comment Zone in the Spanish (i.e. the original) version of Generation Y has not been working. This public square has accumulated such a huge number of opinions from its readers—more than three hundred thousand—that the database finally collapsed. We should be happy for all the debate that occurs in these pages and not worry about what was only a temporary break.
Thanks for being patient and remember that in my condition of “blind blogger” I can’t solve the technical difficulties as quickly as I would like. Also, I repeat, that my opinions are published only in this blog and in sites that have gained the credibility of their readers. I am not responsible for chain emails, alleged texts that circulate on the web, or other types of messages that don’t appear under the banner of the red drawer. The apocryphal under my name are only this: falsehoods.
As the cracks of the shaky technology heal themselves, other bloggers offered their space in solidarity to continue the debate. One commentator in particular, named Tseo, offered his blog to prolong the discussion at the URL http://generaciony.posterous.com
This virtual raft has taken on a little water, but nothing that points to a shipwreck.