This site is served via HTTP only.
This is done so that I have an easy to remember site I can use when behind a captive portal. If you connect to any sort of public WiFi, often you will need to agree to their terms and conditions (and pay) before you can use it. They force this by intercepting one of your requests and injecting their login page. This does not work if your request is via HTTPs. Since many if not most sites are served via HTTPs this can make getting access a pain.
When I run into that problem, I open this site, httpmouse.com
, in a new tab.