I'm actually expecting a letter of apology in my mailbox, rather than something written on that Internet-forsaken site known as advertlets.com. Why post up an apology on a site that is still half past six after this domain name fiasco? I can see the post on ping.sg, but I can't read it in full, since the damn site still redirects.
The problem was still there, affecting other blogs even early this morning! I know this since I got one blog owner who came complaining that his site got hijacked.
From what I can see from ping.sg, the apology is robotic and monotonous. "We admit". I'm sure most people don't mind some grovelling, since it was a major screw-up, and a ridiculous one at that.
Forcing us to read about your apology through a blog aggregrator, only to go to read more bout it on a site that is still not working? Please la. You don't need a PR person to tell you that e-mailling would be a better way to handle this. Unless of course the e-mail server is down too. :)