4/16/2005

Blogspot Blogs




I really enjoy posting my blogs, researching for my blogs, and occassionally checking out other people's blogs. I normally do this by clicking the "next blog" button in the upper right hand corner. There is a major drawback to this, that would be great if it were to be resolved. I waste a lot of time on blogs that I can't read becasue they are in Spanish, Chinese or some other foreign language. How about we get this fixed?!?!

7 Comments:

At 11:59 PM, Blogger Spyder said...

go to blogexplosion.com

 
At 9:44 PM, Blogger Sarah Katherine said...

One time I clicked the next button and ended up at a kuwiati guy's blog. It was is arabic (I think?) but there were a few posts in english that I enjoyed and then he posted some comments on my blog. Sometimes it's cool to wonder what they might be blogging about, but I agree that sometimes it is annoying, too.

 
At 7:49 PM, Blogger Me said...

I don't like that I usually hit some blog in Spanish (there are so many of them!), it's such a waste of time. But, being a Christian, I write a lot about God and stuff and one time an atheist that called herself Hellbound found my site, which I thought was pretty cool. Um, not sure if that really relates, haha.

 
At 2:36 PM, Blogger afsfee said...

I guess it's just me, but that never bothers me because I'll simply click next blog when I come across one.

Oh, and thanks for commenting in my blog. I enjoyed reading your blog; keep writing!

 
At 4:48 PM, Blogger Jac said...

Still, I'm glad you're ready to explore new blogs, like mine.

My webcomics come out every Tuesday, but I got sick this week. Hope fully I'm well enough next week to get back on schedule :)

And yes, I make an effort to make my entries in pure English for the benefit of the non-Tagalog speaking readers.

 
At 2:54 AM, Blogger Will said...

What I find frustrating is coming upon a blog written by someone who believes they write in correct English, with virtually the entire blog full of misspellings and incorrect grammar, held together by right-wing, religion-feulled rantings.

This blog illustrates my point, and coming across a blog written in a foreign language is a welcome respite from this tiring trend in blogs by US citizens. This might be alleviated by your finally accepting the rest of the world exists and learning a forengn language.

 
At 4:19 AM, Anonymous Ben said...

I don't see the problem. All that is required is for you to press the "Next Blog" button one more time. Not everyone has to speak, or write, english. People have the right to express themselves in their native language.

 

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