Wednesday, January 30, 2008

don't worry, be happy?

Responsibility is a funny concept. On the one hand, it's not a secret that my blog is not for kiddies. On the other, the "warning" Google plops on the front page when someone adds their blog to the "adult" listings makes it seem as if the villagers are holding pitchforks and are a few lit torches away from driving me out of town. Boo. I'll have my readers (all of 5 of you) know that, in spite of what the new warning says, my blog wasn't flagged by offended readers, I merely opted to notify the site that I have non PG-13 content and they decided that unsavory warning label should be slapped on. Yes, it is totally possible to simultaneously type this entry, roll my eyes and flip the finger at Google.

Actually, I'm concerned that Google's little "bad people" label will affect my hits and, less importantly, page rank. If that's the case, it'll be coming off in a matter of days.

In other news, I'm going to try to blog a little more, meaning at some point. LOL At least earn that overreaching scare-tactic warning. I mean, honestly, as far as adult blogs go, mine is so on the barely there scale. Why couldn't there be a category for rated R bloggers as opposed to the explicit triple X people? Course, understanding would be too much to ask people who have issues with sex, wouldn't it?

Follow the Google Stupidity timeline.

1 comment:

Laura said...

I noticed the Google warning and clicked through to your blog. It is the first time I have ever seen that. Makes sense that it was something you did voluntarily then. Google and Yahoo never seem to filter out splogs, link rot or anything else. Good for you to try to let people know you have PG content. I hope you don't suffer for it.