San Francisco

Many popular websites are unavailable at the moment. CNet was temporarily unavailable. Craigslist, LiveJournal and Typepad are all currently unavailable. Ebay is reportedly slow. We’re hearing that a large internet service provider in San Francisco has lost power, and taken down the websites with it.
Netflix is also down due to an unrelated problem. Apparently its stock price sunk so low it pulled its internet connection down with it.
What else has gone down? If you encounter a website that seems to have been affected, please leave the information in the comments section below.
Update: O’Reilly Radar confirms.

Update II:
NBC is reporting power outages in San Francisco. “Some 51,000 customers throughout San Francisco are without power Tuesday afternoon, according to a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. spokeswoman.”
Update III: Feeling bad about the internet troubles from San Francisco? Well, at least it’s not as bad as the video after the jump.
Update IV: We’re told that the internet problems began when “a car crashed into a pole that carries the power line to [the internet hub known as] 365 main, which houses craigslist, typepad, red envelope…” Developing.

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