Other Ways for Browsing BlogSpot.com
Other Ways for Browsing BlogSpot.com
My previous post talked about the best way for browsing blogspot.com, I believe once you find the best way, you won’t try the others any more. But here, I still provide several methods collected from the other sites for you to review. I personally combine different ways simultaneity, because all of them is using proxy browsing for core technique, the most two challenges for a proxy browsing are synchronization with the original and server availability; I’ve met 503 (Service Unavailable) error many times when using “.nyud.net:8090” as you will see below. Sometimes the proxy server may block images which linked from a different site, it happens. So I also recommend you to prepare all these goods for keeping your pleasure in surfing, some ways will be work for other sides at the same time, yet some maybe just fit in browsing blogspot.com, you’ll find.
1. “Ultrasurf 6.9”, a popular tiny soft developed by Ultrareach.Net, it’s a dynamic proxy hunting application provide fast, transparent, and encrypted access to the internet. It hunts for three available proxies at the same time, and you can easily switch between one and the others by mouse clicking, without change the proxy configuration in IE setting. The 6.9 revision is the latest version for IE, if you’re using a “Firfox” or “Opera” browser like me, set the proxy server address to 127.0.0.1 with a 9666 port number, after you lunch Ultrafurf. If you have problems in downloading the soft, because the site is blocked either, remember the “Best Way”? There’re other soft wares in the same mechanism, such as “Freegate” and “Garden”, all of them are good staffs for you.
2. “.nyud.net:8090”, the Coral CDN, it call “The Coral Content Distribution Network” in all and it’s a peer-to-peer content distribution network, comprised of a world-wide network of web proxies and name servers. There are up to 260 servers world-wide now. Accessing through Coral is as simple as appending a short string to the hostname of objects' URLs, such as you can visit CetaMac’S Blog by adding “.nyud.net:8090” behind the URL, which means http://cetamac.blogspot.com will be http://cetamac.blogspot.com.nyud.net:8090. Many bloggers have mentioned this way and I first found it on WebLeOn's Blog, which giving an extension for my Mozilla Firefox browser to access blogspot.com and typepad.com directly from my “right-click” menu but not type a “.nyud.net:8090” postfix every time. Coral CDN provides some other useful plugins for “Searching” and “Book marking”. If a Chinese interface will be your prefer, WebLeOn has been so kind to rework and publish a Chinese version. If you are using IE explorer, my suggestion will be give it up and switch to Firefox, or you can still using your IE but add “.nyud.net:8090” behind the site’s URL in the IE address bar. Pasting below is a real-time “Current Deployment” map for Coral CDN server.
3.”Subscribe with BlogLines”, you can subscribe a blog by entering the feed address or submit the username to BlogLines, which the blogger register on blogger.com. You can find it by first octet of the full blogspot.com URL. For example, you can subscribe Ceta.Mac’S Blog by entering my feed address (http://feeds.feedburner.com/Cetamac) or submit my username which is as same as first octet “cetamac” in my blog’s full URL (http://cetamac.blogspot.com). Certainly, you will find it much easier by a simply click here, and I’d like to say:” Thanks for subscribing my blog.” :)
4. “Tradition” and “Classical” but “Silly” way, find a proxy server, and then let it redirect you to the side. You can find some proxy address on……Oh……come on!! Ignore this Tommy rot.
The Best Way for Browsing BlogSpot.com
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