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Notes on tech

Notes on technology, business, enterpreneurship, economy, markets along with interesting general tidbits.

Blogspot blocked from here

12/01/2005 07:59:00 AM, posted by anand

I've had been trying to connect all day to my blogspot site, just to see how my newly typed entries looked in the browser. The connection to the site was timing out. Even from my hotel room now, I am unable to connect to my blogspot site.

Just did a google search on "blogspot blocked china" and after reading this and this, it seems that the site is still blocked.

I can login into www.blogger.com and type up this entry, but I cannot view the site hosted on blogspot. Damn!
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12/01/2005 12:10 PM, comment by Blogger Manish

Your entries rock! I was a bit skeptical when you closed off your security blog. But you are doing very well, as always. Thats a fine presentation on what you are observing and absorbing. Keep going. Life beyond a certain point is not about money, fame or recognition. It is about plain learning. Humility and modesty as well do not stem from being able to behave so. They stem from the fact that your horizons are so expanded that you as a person feel little (not belittled) and hence, humble. Sorry for rambling off the topic, but i love what i see you doing and wanted to punch in whatever came to me.    

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