i started an account on squidoo because i couldn't see my hubpages account at work - it was blocked due to "adult content." then just last week i checked and i could see it. what happened? of course, since i work more than full time, the squidoo account is now gathering cobwebs
seriously, does anyone know what happened and is there a danger of hubpages going back to having said "adult content?" squidoo has this feature where you can make your account PG and i think that is why i was able to get into it from work. do we have that here and did i inadvertently turn it on/off?
Hey are you on a computer at work and where do u work. If you work at a school that it self will explain it. If it is at a company office Im sure there was confusion with the server and the information that the computer detected. If it happens again then dont use it again. Its not worth the time and frustration.
it seems ok for now, but what i did when it was blocking hubpages was to write my articles on a word processor and then post them when i got home. unfortuately this meant the loss of a lot of articles because i am absent minded and by the time i get home i am not thinking about what i did at work.
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