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A few days ago I noticed my BlogRush widget stopped displaying, I finally decided to look into it today and was greeted by a letter from John Reese (owner) stating they had shut it down. Blogrush was just about 1 year old, still young in my eyes and was still in beta. It was definitely popular with bloggers but like a lot of blog services, monetizing it wasn’t easy. It apparently cost around $7000/month to pay for enough servers to operate. Bloggers could install widget on their blog, the.
After a myriad of security issues with Pligg 9.9.0, including the latest that allowed hackers to takover your entire hosting account, the development team scurried to release v9.9.5. Many bug fixes and security enhancements added and changed: - Fixed bug in login.tpl - Fixed source link in Footer.tpl - Bug Fix “Categories” sidebar module do not line up with the RSS feed icon in IE 7 - Bug Fix in categories.tpl - Bug fix in tags.tpl - Fixed bug in sidebar_comments.php - Fixed bug in in submit_antispam_main.php -.