And in other news . . . news, KoreanNewsFeeds.com, profiled by the Korea Herald in February, has been redesigned to include feeds to many more blogs, on top of feeds from local English-language news sites and Twitter pages of K-pop stars. What the new KNF does is provide an upgrade over the better-known Korean Blog List because the collection of feeds allows you to find new blogs by previewing their content, at least based on their recent post-titles, instead of having to open each blog to see what it's about.
I got bumped from the frontpage because, as the guy said, my posting was slowing down. Damn, tough crowd: I wrote 177 posts through four months---more than the blogs that replaced me---all while taking a month off for the CELTA, repatriating, handling visa issues, job hunting, attending my brother's wedding, and planning my own. You’ll now find Brian in Jeollanam-do under the "Personal Blogs – 01" tab with all the other A through Ks. I’ve been told it’ll be back on the frontpage next month, which I think will give visitors a better sense of the "news" as found on blogs.