Saturday, March 10, 2007

Curses! Foiled Again!

According to GreatfirewallofChina.net, the Unlocked Wordhoard is censored in China. Apparently, medievalism in popular culture is counter-revolutionary and subversive.

I can see that.

4 comments:

  1. Actually, Dr. Nokes -- Blogspot.com and all its subdomains are blocked. Strangely, Blogger.com is not.

    So...you can sign up for a Blogger blog, but can't read/use it.

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  2. I'm available in China, and I have a blogspot blog. And I've even said nasty things about the Chinese government on my blog.

    It is a puzzlement. But for now, you can leave all your subversive and counter-revolutionary comments with me, and I'll see that China gets them.

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  3. cappy8:27 AM

    don't worry -- the chinese blocking is spotty at best. Things will be "blocked" and then unblocked just hours later.

    Nobody really knows what their software is using for blocking criteria or just how it uses it (not even Cisco, who made it for them).

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  4. You guys are spoiling my fun. I choose to believe that someone viewed my page before the last Party Congress and declared, "Do you see here his review of the latest King Arthur movie? He must be stopped from corrupting our youth!" The delegate then arose and gave an impassioned speech that moved the entire Party to unanimous agreement: The Unlocked Wordhoard must be re-locked.

    Yes, that's exactly how it happened. No doubt about it.

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