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Sitting down this morning watching CBS This Morning I saw something that caught my attention. There was a short piece on Black Friday vs Cyber Monday and all the hoop-la about credit fraud – but it was in between the lines of the story that i found interesting. This vs That First they made the comment that this years online sales on Thanksgiving Day would exceed 2013 by 24% and Black Friday online purchases would exceed by 24% and that retail stores would see a decrease in sales by 11%. An interesting fact in itself – and full of all sorts of discussion points – but one comment made was that purchasers (all of us) are more comfortable buying online than at a retail store that may or may not have been hacked. I get that – folks got a little freaked out this summer and that’s understandable and with the piece on 60 minutes
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So you got a new website or you moved your existing website, but your not seeing the new site when you updated your domain name and your being told it can take up to 72 hours to propagate? What is propagation and why does it take up to 72 hours?. Let’s imagine you live in Colorado Springs, CO and you just have changed the nameservers for your domain that is hosted in Salt Lake City, UT. When you open your website in a web browser, your request is not going to the hosting server directly, it has to pass through your ISP and several other ISP nodes first. So your computer starts by checking local DNS cache on your actual device/computer, then the request is sent to your local ISP (say Comcast). From there, the request goes to the upstream hub in Denver, then connects to their backbone. After that, the request is sent to