Discussion in 'Daily mTurk HITs Threads' started by TissueHime, Jun 9, 2019.
getting tired- nite
OK so I guess it might be a network or cloud problem affecting your "region".
Mturk is loading quickly for me, so I guess my region (in northern California) is not suffering the issue.
If it were me, I'd restart my computer and power-cycle my internet router anyways,
even though it's not likely to help.
I do that when I want to eliminate the very small chance of a local problem.
For example (unrelated to mturk), one day last year, a few specific websites were slow to load for me. My ISP's tech support urged me to restart my computer and power-cycle my router — which I did while protesting that it wasn't likely to help — but bizarrely, in that one case, the restart seemed to eliminate the problem. ... Since then I've experienced a similar problem twice, but in those cases restarting everything at my end did not help at all.
So in your case, admittedly, restarting the computer and router probably won't help — but it only takes a minute to try it, just in case.
Thank you for the advice- will try it tomorrow if it's not better- going to play some games before bed- nite all.
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