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    Default Can't get to digg.com

    Suddenly I can't load digg.com on my iMac - it just times out. It loads fine on my wife's Macbook and on my iPod touch. Anyone got a suggestion as to why this might be happening? No other sites are showing the same issue...

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    loads fine here, try typing the ip number instead of the domain name and see if... hang on a minute, it loads on your iPod touch you say? So iPod touch can do wifi internets? <- news to me!
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    Empty cache?
    Restart/relaunch Safari?
    Try Firefox?
    Put in the www ?
    Direct IP? Digg / All News, Videos, & Images
    Just some ideas...

    And yes iPod touch (and iPhone) can do wireless browsing with Safari on the device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazarus View Post
    So iPod touch can do wifi internets? <- news to me!
    heh yes it can...Safari is the best mobile browser on the planet, too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huy View Post
    Just some ideas...
    Empty cache? -> Tried that, no luck
    Restart/relaunch Safari? -> Tried that, no luck
    Try Firefox? -> Tried that, no luck
    Put in the www ? -> Tried that, no luck
    Direct IP? Ok, that works. WTF?!? Why would this suddenly become a problem?

    BTW, first question on Mactalk...it took just a few minutes to get a reply...awesome

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    i had that problem a couple of hours ago....but it seemed to just fix itself not sure what was going on
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    Could it be your DNS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huy View Post
    Reboot your router/modem?
    The problem showed up a week or two ago; since them I've re-booted my modem a few times. Didn't fix it

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    Quote Originally Posted by wally4000 View Post
    Could it be your DNS?
    It could be but I have no idea how to check and fix it...

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