Why you shouldn't blog on Windows Live Spaces

, posted: 2-Sep-2006 11:31

Number one reason: Microsoft's cack-handed censorship of your thoughts. So I can't use the word "porn" on what is allegedly the world's biggest blogging service? Or is it perhaps "feminist" that Windows Live Spaces thinks is "prohibited language"?


I've been playing with Windows Live Spaces for a bit to see where it's all going (and of course, to check whether anyone actually reads the stuff there), but this silliness concludes the experiment for me.

Other related posts:
Fighting with Windows 8
The Windows Phone 7.5 bouncing tiles bug
Windows Live Essentials betas seem good, but oh so flaky

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