Monday, July 30, 2007

老徐

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Don't worry if Technorati is failing to track your blog, despite your many pings, despite the fact that spam bloggers are climbing over you on their merry way up the T'rati ladder! Meet a gal who beat the whole Technorati Top Ten combined but never (until recently) showed up on the T'rati chart: 老徐

Xu Jinglei (Chinese: 徐静蕾; Pinyin: xú jìnglěi) or Jane Xu; born 16 April 1974 is a famous actress, singer and director in Mainland China - she recently held a party to celebrate the 100 millionth visitor to her blog, one of the most visited blogs in the world!

SFGate.com's technology reporter Ellen Lee talks with Xu Jinglei, who explains why she never blogs about politics, what effect she hopes her blog has on readers, and what impact the Internet has had on Chinese culture.
Listen (with English translation): 6:11 min
(Download Audio 2.98 MB)
Listen (Mandarin): 8:04 min
(Download Audio 3.88 MB)
You can read Ellen Lee's story on Xu Jinglei here.

Xu Jinglei has outblogged Mu Zimei, Sister Furong JieJie and Commie blogger Li-Li combined! She didn't use any Technorati spamming software or any other "dirty tricks", either! The whole world is blogging about it:

پر بينندهترين وبلاگ دنيا در هر ثانيه ...

O blogue mais visitado do mundo

XU JINGLEI: EL BLOG MÁS VISITADO

Voci dai blog cinesi: formule di aritmetica per aggirare la censura

You'll find the link to Xu Jinglei's blog in my blogroll ...

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