Is this frozen frog showing on your website or blog instead of the photos that you hosted on ImageShack?
Needless to say, we're also experiencing the same problem. (Oddly enough though, I think it's also the reason why we're getting this traffic spike. Hmm.) So rest assured you're not alone in having a headache because of it.
I don't know what's up with ImageShack. But I don't think this strategy will prove beneficial to the company in the long run. This is breach of trust, IMHO.
Anyway, if you also have this problem, here's how you register your website;
1. Click on this link.
2. Fill in the boxes; Name, Email Address, Website and a short description, reCAPTCHA text.
3. Click on "Send Email" button.
NOTE: If you don't have a website and you just don't want to see this frozen frog on any website you visit, all you have to do is to register on ImageShack.us and stay logged in.
We've just registered TechPinas.com. Let's see how long it will take ImageShack to approve our website registration and give us back our images. We'll keep you posted.
UPDATE as of 2:53 AM February 24, 2011 --
Our ImageShack images are back for public viewing. It took ImageShack around 3 hours to verify our website registration.
UPDATE as of 10:00 AM February 26, 2011 --
The problem is officially back. Now, ImageShack wants you to register your site at bit.ly/imageshack-domain