As of now, the "gnolia.com" domain appears expired, as in someone forgot to pay the bill (or something nefarious has happened w/ DNS and records). That's not cool, and it means ma.gnolia is nowhere to be found.
That's not entirely true—I'm sure they're staring at the servers (virtually or otherwise) saying something like "but I can see you! you're right there! with everyone's data!" But that makes no nevermind if the rest of the world can't see you...
Heck, even the big guys screw up—remember a couple years ago when the hotmail.com domain expired because someone in accounting at M$ forgot to pay the bill? Yeah. It happens.
I'm sure they'll get it worked out, but it's really a bad thing to see. I'd venture to guess most of us who have worked in this industry have had similar things happen to us...which is why I have a good deal of patience for this and other blips. Especially when shit is free. update
hey look! everything is fine now.technorati tag: ma.gnolia