If You Get Locked Out

Hey, you may get an email like this:
We have detected a fairly large number of login attempts using your email address, from various different geographical locations. To protect your account from abuse, and to help us protect our content, we have locked your account.
It seems that the program I am using to support this site has it set up so that if you travel or access the blog from different places, it – in the finest robotic fashion – sees that as a misuse of the terms of the site and locks the account.  You should be able to go around with a lap top and use the site. So don’t give any concern to this. I get an email telling me it occurred, and I just go and unlock it. Simple.



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