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Saturday, March 26, 2005
Technorati, or sites that might limit one's view
I hope that this cheeky incident isn't true. I know the island policies and men-in-blue are pretty anal most of the times, but not as bad as what was written there!

Since Technorati is recognized as one of the main, if not the main, feeler of the "pulse" of the blogsphere, it's hard for people to use other sites to get a gauge of Singapore blogs.

Just the same as if someone can't find a page on Google or MSN Search, they would presume that it's not on the internet.

There are quite a lot of sites, like Annie on Multiply, that's not easily indexed by search engines and Technorati. Are they not on the web? They are.

This cheeky article is almost not searchable in all those sites mentioned. Is it not there? Of coz it is.
posted by Jonathan at 10:34 PM | Permalink |