treespotting.com has moved to a new server. Your treespotting email should function (mostly) as before, although there may be a period of 12-48 hours where you'll need to check two (2) places for important emails*, and there will be some adjustment to a slightly less vintage email interface.
Important note: your username is now your FULL email address, including the @treespotting.com bit.
A link to the new email system, roundcube, is at right. For a few of you, I've already transferred emails, because I knew you were active on the system. For a few others, I haven't gotten around to it yet -- if it's important to you, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll make it a priority to move your stuff over from the old server. If you've changed your password, we'll need to make arrangements (and for the rest of you lot, the same one for 10 years?!) If I don't hear from you by 2013, it will go into deep archive, and won't be gone forever, but won't necessarily be accessible without some fancy linux-fu.
*If you're looking for email that isn't here, it may still be on the old server. Click here to try. Note that this link will self-destruct in a week or two.
Noone's ever read the About page on treespotting, but I genuinely thought I'd thought of something. Turns out, a dude named Christopher Stone had the idea 30 years prior, in his essay Should Trees Having Standings (PDF). At least Wired.com is finally giving the matter some attention.
Treespotting will be featuring an ascetic front page for the time being.
If you're looking for photos, check out Photos by Pen, or try these links for the things that have been featured on the front page.