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FurNation to cut inactive sites from list

Edited as of Tue 25 May 2010 - 11:29
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Legacy users of FurNation's hosting must reactivate their accounts or be removed from the list of active sites, according to site admin Reyedog.

Users can get a free account with 50Mb storage; 500Mb and domain hosting for $12/year; or "unlimited" storage and bandwidth on iPage for $42/year. [tip: EarthFurst]

Update: A prior version of this story indicated inactive sites would be closed June 1; this was part of the notice placed on inactive sites, but is apparently not occuring.


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Geez. ._.

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