The WordPress website has been blocked for a month again. Since the end of last month, I have been looking for tools to visit WordPress pages and publish entries. It takes me a lot of hours.
I have tried a lot. But none of them is perfect. I can use a proxy to browse the page. But without a browser, for example, I can’t post entries at Windows Live Writer. I can’t make the Writer on-line. It means I can only write down text words with the function of Quick Press in WordPress site admin page. I can’t insert pictures and songs in the entries.
Yesterday, with the help of Hotspot Shield, I opened the page again. And Windows Live Writer worked on-line again.
Now I can insert pictures again.
We have to admit the power of the wall. It’s so difficult to run out of the wall. People are eager to see what is happening outside the wall. They want to have an international view. They don’t want to fall behind with other countries’ people.
But they have to face up to the preventing power. The power comes from the huge and invisible wall. It can keep you away from many sites. It’s powerful.
And the process of climbing the wall is painful. Even, it moves people to learn computer science, especially the Internet technology. The wall is being on construction. And people never stop looking for ways to break through the wall.
They are hard-working people, including constructors and breakers. In fact, they are all under control. I don’t know when the wall will disappear. There is no time table.
Now we know that, there’re also borders within the world of the Internet.