It seems our DNS provider, DomainMonger, had some sort of massive outage last night, apparently as part of a conversion about which they didn't notify customers.
Anyhow, the website is still standing, but the MX records for techreport.com have been corrupted. As a result, emails sent to @techreport.com addresses will not be delivered at present. We have no ETA on a fix.
If you'd like to reach us, you can send messages to the @tech-report.com variants of our addresses, which appear to be working still. News tips, for instance, should go to firstname.lastname@example.org, and I can be reached at email@example.com. You can buy ad space on the site by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org, which I encourage you do to.
Update: Mail service should be restored. Carry on.
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