Saturday, August 27, 2005


Of course, Natwatch2 was created due to's unwillingness to enable comments on the blog. P4P now further restricts Natwatch fans from referring to the website from their own spot in cyberspace.

Keen eyed Natwatch readers may have noticed the recent removal of trackbacks from every post on the website. Natwatch2 is aware of Mr Nic Dafis' open letter to P4P on his own blog, which mentioned that he would be using the trackback facility; is this the reason?

I'm sure that P4P will have an explanation for us soon.


Blogger Nic Dafis said...

Trackbacks haven't been removed from every post, just the ones that people have blogged about. In other words, there is a facilty on Natwatch which tends to encourage the exchange of information and free interflow of ideas, but if anyone tries to actually use it P4P closes it down on a per-post basis.

If you want to keep an eye on who is blogging about Natwatch, you can always always Technoriti - I don't suppose Natwatch can close that down.

1:19 PM  
Blogger Nic Dafis said...

..always use Technorati...

See what happens when I get all huffed up and bilingual?

7:02 AM  
Blogger Bratiaith said...

This time ir's personal

"Small business hounded by extremist anti-welsh language website" ????

9:03 AM  

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