If you go to my profilehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02530753509097442664you’ll see a section marked “interests,” in which these interests are listed:film noir, black and white movies, black and white photography, American History, AmericanaUp until very recently, each one of these marked a link to a listing of other users who shared that same interest. Click on “film noir,” and you’d go to a listing of other users who were interested in film noir. This was a highly useful feature, because it gave us a way of finding other bloggers with similar interests, with blogs for us to read and comment on.Now, for no discernable reason, somebody at Google has deleted that feature. As one can see by going to this profilehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14811291871231079707or really to any number of other profileshttps://www.google.com/search?q=interests+site:blogger.com/profilethis is not a bug just affecting my profile. This has been done to all of them.As a user, I feel the need to protest this pointless and destructive act. I would ask that Blogger please not persist in doing something that will so destructive to the community on its site, that one might well wonder if the community will ever survive as a community. Please bring those links back. They cost Google very little, and then help new bloggers as we go out looking for new topics to write about, and for new readership, allowing us to do our part to help make Blogger a site worth visiting.
Hi Noir Photography,
For my part, I agree.
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