Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Circulating the /jp/ Circle

I got around to adding the blog list feed to the sidebar, which updates every time a blog I'm following makes a new post. This should make it easier to get around to the other /jp/ blogs based on activity, especially for people who use NoScript since it's not very friendly with the Follower widget. {Update: If you go to the Embeddings tab in Noscript's options and uncheck "Trusted" by "Clearclick Protect on pages...." near the bottom it should start working) I'll try to get everyone added. Also, feel free to check out ponpo's feed if you haven't already: https://jpbloglist.wordpress.com/

Now if only there were a widget to track who's actually visiting who in the circle and update in real time.

While I'm at it, here's some more Louis CK.

15 comments:

  1. Really helpful for keeping track of all the cool /jp/ related blogs. Is there an IRC?

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  2. Yeah, #jpblog on rizon. I checked it once and only saw maybe five people in there, though. It doesn't seem very popular.

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  3. You've yet to disappoint, aniki.

    Thanks for your service to all of /jp/.

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  4. This makes things a lot easier now. Thanks.

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  5. Thanks a lot! Certainly makes things easier.

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  6. Pretty useful. Didn't see that feature yet. I like this because now I can just view everyone I'm following without any effort.

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  7. Awesome, thanks. I figure there are about 50 jaypee on this site now.

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  8. I'm still smiling from that video as I type this. Spectacular.

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  9. Could you possibly add me to the blog list? Thanks!

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  10. Added a blog list to my own blog. Everyone should do the same.

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  12. I just noticed I was there already. Thank you!

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  13. You're added Lin, not sure how I missed you. You're the only blog I'm following that was missing, you should feel special.

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