Readers - and, heck, everybody - continues to rage against Xtra's webmail outage over the weekend, the result of technical hiccups as users transition - or not - to new Yahoo!xtra 'Bubble' services.
Many have pointed out that the email warning about the outage wasn't sent until Friday, but that they didn't check their email - or at least try to check it - until Saturday or Sunday.
A sudden, unexplained upsurge in spam has been another common complaint.
I've also had email from readers who've had run-of-the-mill tech support queries unrelated to email, but that it's impossible to breach the clogged help lines.
Telecom has further fanned the flames this morning by saying it won't pay any compensation.
As we no from previous episodes (hello, Go Large) compensation doesn't usually come until the Commerce Commission comes a-knockin'.
Meanwhile, over at nzbc, the Director General has used a Wikipedia IP scanner to discover that Air New Zealand flunkies have been doing a little surreptitious editing of the popular internet encyclopedia, quite literally rewriting the history of the infamous Erebus crash.