An experimental website was born in Taiwan in Nov 20, 2007: ‘Blogblind‘ (It was closed in two days). The main concept is digging (as in Digg) blogs that people do not like and tagging them with comments like ‘copy machine’ or ‘self promoting stuff.’ When most people leave flattering comments in blogs (or maybe ‘bad’ comments are deleted by blog owners), many people consider this new website a pertinent way for bloggers to reflect upon their work.
yblog comments that：
這個網站實在是太歡樂，太搞笑了呀。 過去有照亮黑暗部落格的明燈，他只有一個人在評論，現在有了Blogblind，可說是集眾人之力，似乎可發揮效益更大的產物 。
By using different tags, we made explicit the characters of the blogs.
I think this website can generate a new topic in Taiwan's blogsphere. The phenomenons people have complained about can be discussed in a public space without causing harm to anyone.
However, how do the bloggers whose blogs were listed on the website and tagged with abusive language feel?
Dear John complains that:
因為是匿名發表評論，才過一天而已，在站上已經累積了為數不少的不堪的人身攻擊和沒有根據的謾罵。 完全沒有想過這些被罵的部落客心中有何感受？ 在此，呼籲此站應該立刻關站，並且張貼對所有被罵的部落格的道歉啟示。大家也不應該再用笑鬧的態度來看待此事。
Aug9 also criticizes such culture:
Although many people consider the website been overplayed, some people hope it can be reopened later.
yblog suggests a possible solution:
The first is the spam robot program, and the second is the anonymous tagging with bad intention.
I think the people who want to tag must log on, and everyone can see who is tagging what. If there is lawsuit in the future, we can cross check with the accounts.
In addition to the technical issues, we need to learn some psychology: people usually less care about hurting others when we do not see the victims or when we think we are not the first one to stab at the victims. It is not easy to find a pertinent way to criticize others, especially on internet.