CBL Upgrade #2

02 Mar 2005

Thanks to Eden Li, the China Blog List has gotten a little more impressive. He kindly devoted his PHP skills to building upon the enhancements John B started back in 2003. (Speaking of John B, take a look at the revamp he’s given his blog.)

The list now has its own RSS feed. If you like to check out the new China blogs that appear on the list, this is for you. In addition, the submission form at the bottom of the list actually works reliably now without the need for an e-mail client.

There were some other changes made to the backend which aren’t visible, but hopefully even more obvious improvements are coming in the near future. Stay tuned.

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John Pasden

John is a Shanghai-based linguist and entrepreneur, founder of AllSet Learning.

Comments

  1. Da Xiangchang Says: March 2, 2005 at 3:50 am

    With all these blogs, I’m curious: has any China blogger been kicked out of the country for what he writes? Or does the government just shut the blog down? But wouldn’t the blogger find another host then? Just curious. Or do all China bloggers just self-edit so as to not piss off the powers that be.

    Also, does any blogger make money from his blog? Let get ads on it? How much money?

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