Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Google Blogger arbitrarily shuts down blogs

Details at this Web site:


  1. I'm usually a big fan of Google and their services, but this sucks. Clear communication about the reason for the take-downs would make a world of difference, as would allowing the blog authors some way of showing their viewers something other than that mysterious take-down screen.

    I hope Google somehow makes this right by you and all the other effected bloggers.

  2. Wishing you the best as I loved the Daily Slab. This is BS. Hope you are up again soon there.

  3. Whatever happened to FREEDOM OF SPEECH????

    I am also missing my daily dose of TDS.

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  5. This sudden closing is awful. I am having withdrawal problems already. How do I start my day? Am I addicted? Yep, and happily so.

    Please find a way to let us know where you decide to go. No sense fighting City Hall. Just move on, maybe to your own independent web site.

    Hell, I'd even subscribe if I could contine to get content as good as The Daily Slab.

    Please let me know where you end up. I think you were deleted because of your accurate jibes at the right wing idiots....

    Good luck. You have given me a lot of cheer over the years.

    Nicky Brown

  6. Oh no, where am I going to get my combined serving of porn, quotes and politics now? It's like losing a cute teacher, something to look at while you learn.

  7. I didn't know you were closed till now. This sucks! I enjoy having my politics mixed with my porn. Hopefully, I'll see you up and running again (and that I'm not the next target.)

  8. I hope you can resolve this soon. The Daily Slab is one of the best blogs.


  9. Nicky's got it right: P-O-L-I-T-I-C-S.

  10. any closer to a resolution? Daan at zephyr-files had to request a review twice to get his blog up and running.

    the internet needs it's slabs.

  11. Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!! Die Blogger/Google!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. When I read the Google policy that claims that they keep track of "red-flags" and then close the ones that get too many I imediately realized that there must be an organized religious, "fundies-to-the-undies" movement at work here. No doubt political also.
    SOLUTION: Is it not obvious that these other narrow-minded blogs need a healthy share of well-earned red flags themselves?!


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