Tag Archives: Blogger

Google Backs Down On Porn Ban

Via the Guardian: Google has backtracked on plans to ban sexually explicit images from its blogging platform Blogger, in the face of widespread opposition from users. The company had initially announced a ban on “sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video”, with just a few exceptions for content which offered “a substantial public benefit, for example in artistic, educational, ...

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Google Bans Porn From Blogger

Via CNN Money: In an announcement that was sent out to bloggers who use the company’s blogging website, Google said people will no longer be able to “publicly share images and video that are sexually explicit or show graphic nudity” on Blogger as of March 23. Google said those Blogger sites that continue to host pornography after March 23 will ...

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Change For Overseas JMG Readers

Google has made a change in the way Blogger-hosted sites resolve their URLs in some foreign countries. Instead of ending in dot-com, some of you now see URLs that end in your country code. This change is playing havoc with the comment system for some folks. While we figure out a solution that works everywhere, you might try using an ...

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Blogger Outage Update

Some of yesterday’s posts have magically reappeared, but sadly your incisive and thoughtful comments have not. Boo, hiss and all that jazz.

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Did You Miss Me?

Hello, is this thing on?

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Blogger Has The Monday Blahs

It looks like all of Blogger is running slow today, so you may be experiencing slowly loading pages. Gmail appears to be affected as well. Sorry, folks!

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Boomtown Rats

Hmm, something went screwy with the dozen posts I considerately wrote a day early for you so you’d have something to look at while I was sleeping off Remember The Party 2009. Vanished! Annoying! While I figure out what the deal is, here’s two ladies fighting on a San Francisco bus.

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Tinkers To Evers To Chance

What a weird last few days on teh interwebs, a regular triple play of nonsense. First Haloscan crashes, then Google locked thousands of bloggers out of their accounts, then on Friday afternoon any site with the Sitemeter script on it would no longer open in IE, affecting many thousands of sites. We got a heads-up from the CEO of JS-Kit, ...

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