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By: Mark

Sun, 11 Jun 2006 18:23:06 +0000

Micael, I see Technorati as listing you as: Rank: 14,766 (488 links from 137 sites)



By: Matt Ball

Sun, 11 Jun 2006 14:24:59 +0000

Strongbad: "Your head a splog!"



By: Michael Turton

Sat, 10 Jun 2006 11:49:12 +0000

mark! I need your help with Technorati. My blog has dropped out of technorati completely. Michael



By: John

Sat, 10 Jun 2006 10:06:22 +0000

Kanwa-Kyudai, Actually, these past few weeks Google has never been completely blocked in Shanghai. It's just been giving spotty service.



By: Kanwa-Kyudai

Sat, 10 Jun 2006 05:46:05 +0000

Mark-san, Blogs on Blogger are still blocked in China. You need to use proxy servers to access them. And regrettably the Communist Party recently began to block google.com all over the world except for google.cn which Google lets the CCP censor. You have not been able to access google.com even if using proxies. But I have just found today that google.com is not blocked anymore here in China, at least in my town in Jilin province. I do not know if this revival is temporary or not. It might be because of the press conference held by Reporters Without Borders on the 6th of June, which criticised this Google case. As for emails, much difficulties receiving them from Japan with mailers have been reported in China. What is worse, the CCP sometimes blocks webmails such as Hotmail and Gmail. I cannot believe that the country which wants to attract more tourists and investments does not let foreigners to use emails !