2 March 2014 Cripps pulled his Ruby’s Music Room sites
On Sunday 2 March 2014 Cripps pulled (almost) everything off the internet.
1) the Guildford Lane Gallery Facebook page;
2) the 2 Ruby's Music Room Facebook pages:
https://www.facebook.com/RubyMusicRoom "page not available"
https://www.facebook.com/RubysMusicRoom redirects to home page of Facebook;
3) the Ruby's Music Room Twitter feed;
4) the Rubysmusicroom.com site;
5) the Rubysmusicroom.com.au site;
Cripps' Tumblr page for RMR remains extant.
His Facebook Friday Jazz (@ GLG) page remains extant.
His Google+ page for RMR remains.
This however might change.
Curiously, Cripps' abandoned GLG twitter feed was suddenly resuscitated after 2⅓ years during which time only one entry was made between October 2011 and February 2014.
Cripps pulled his RMR site. His webmaster has inserted a 404 code into the html source (it is not a genuine 404):
Though it is common knowledge what an error 404 is, I am being taken to court to prove what is common knowledge. A genuine 404 code is a server response when it does not find the page. In this instance the server has found the page, but that page itself claims to be a "404" error when it is not. What is the purpose of this deception?
Cripps had been making Twitter entries into his RMR Twitter feed, including “no more Chinese karaoke”. This was pulled:
Below, what the RMR Twitter page looked like when Google last cached it. The information is still cached on 2 March 2014:
Prior to the removal of the RMR Twitter feed, an example of the kind of feeds that were being made can be seen below. Screenshot showing the period surrounding the previous RMR implosion on 7 September 2013. This was immediately before the trial that was to have started in 2013 (it was subsequently adjourned). This time around, not only have the feeds stopped, but there may as well never have been an RMR Twitter feed:
Below his RubyMusicRoom Facebook page “isn’t available":
Cripps' RubysMusicRoom Facebook page redirects to the Facebook home page, however, it remains cached by Google, below:
Below, what Cripps' RMR Facebook page looked like just one week earlier when he was promoting Sue Ann as "resident artist":
Cripps’ Google+ site/page remains, below. It appears that it has been abandoned for a while:
Cripps’ Tumblr page remains, below. No entries have been made on it for quite a while and it too appears to have been abandoned:
Cripps’ old "Friday Jazz" Facebook page still remains:
For reasons that elude us, Cripps restarted his GGL Twitter feed about a week before pulling his Ruby’s Music Room sites. The GLG twitter feed only had one entry in 2⅓ years:
Is this intended for the purpose of making an obscure claim against us?
Below, a search on Bing for “Ruby’s Music Room” Facebook. None of our pages appear. With the removal of all of his own pages only that which is written by others will remain available on the internet. Is that the intention?
The removal of the RMR information follows the entire removal of the GLG website on or before 25 January 2014, to the extent that after its removal not a single page was findable on any Google search, and not a single page remained in the Google cache.
There is the prospect that the sites, like the Phoenix, might rise again?
|The RMR website returned on 5/3/2014, though it has been modified with information removed. The RMR Twitter feed is still gone, and the GuildfordLn Twitter feed has had no entries since 28 Feb 2014. The RMR Facebook pages remain unavailable. As to the intentions behind these moves... Note, I will not post further updates. Cripps' sites might be removed/replaced/altered in the mean time.
Below, RMR site returns:
Below, RMR Twitter feed still absesnt:
Below, GLG Twitter feed, no updates since 28/2/2014:
Below, GLG Twitter feed now has post 28-February 2014 updates. Dana Czarski returns to the defunct Guildford Lane Gallery. What on earth is this supposed to prove?:
Below, RMR has now become a Sedergreen-fest. Czarski, who is promoted on the GLG twitter feed, somehow does not make an appearance on the RMR page.
Below, RMR Facebook page returns. The past 6 months are erased.
Below, RMR Twitter returns. The talent now perform simultanously at different places in different locatioins at the same time.
Author: Demetrios Vakras 3 March 2014,
edited 5 March 2014 to include the return of the modified RMR site.
edited again, 7 March 2014 to add the return of Czarski to the defunct GLG, the Sedegreen-fest at RMR, and the return of the RMR Facebook page, sans the post-7 September 2013 implosion. Definitely "no Chinese karaoke" now.
edited yet again, 8 March 2014 to add the return of the RMR Twitter feed. The past has been erased with some internet "magic".
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