Well, it looks like that may work, and as a result, the Komarnitsky family is now looking at a major traffic hit, and they are worried that it could take their little server down, and then nobody will be able to control this guy’s Christmas lights with their web browser.
The good folks at MajorGeeks.com have already donated some bandwidth, providing a mirror site for the videos of the lights which are up on Alek’s site. But as you know, many hands make light work, and many mirrors make light bandwidth.
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So, in the spirit of giving and the holidays in this cyber-net on which we all communicate, if you have some spare bandwidth, please consider contacting Alek and offering to mirror some of his Christmas light videos until the spike is over.
To email Alek, click here
And tell him that The Internet Patrol sent you.
Happy Holidays! See you at the movies!
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