Friday, January 19, 2007

A new way to access banned blogs

If you have been using www.inblogs.net to access blocked sites, you will have noticed that you can no longer see the comments section and therefore leave a comment. The reason is that the comments section on the "blogspot" server now uses a secure link (https://).

A clever blogger has discovered that you can use www.google.com translation tool to access a banned blog including the comments section. Click on this image to see how to use it.

Even though the page you are "translating" is in English, you should still use the "Arabic to English" translation option!

11 comments:

Naji said...

Wow... It works like magic...much better than inblogs...I hope the Syrian goons don't find out about it too soon...!!!
Thanks Phil... Just for that though, I am going to have to argue some more with your previous post/comments now...!

Naji said...

It is also really really fast... Great...!!

Naji said...

this method also produces some hilarious results when applied to sites with mixed arabic/english content... Try AbuFares's blog for example...

Naji said...

...If you want to preserve the Arabic content, then use the "Japanese to English" option... Unless you are viewing a Japanese page and your Japanese is very good...!! You get the idea...

Philip I said...

Thanks Naji for the extra tip about preserving Arabic content.

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