Trouble with the Daily News blogs

Gary Scott, formerly at the San Gabriel Valley Tribune and Daily Journal and now on the staff of Warren Olney's "Which Way, L.A.?" and "To the Point" on KCRW, blogs at his personal site about the ongoing slowness and glitches plaguing the Daily News blogs. The paper's Dodger beat writer, Tony Jackson, also voices his frustration about the inability of readers to comment at his blog, Inside the Dodgers:

It has now been almost two weeks since I was warned in advance about this possible glitch, and I apologize profusely to all of you. I'm still being told this is allegedly going to be fixed in the very near future, so I appreciate your continued patience, but I also understand that patience isn't infinite. This is a great blog because of YOU, and it isn't a great blog when there is no input from YOU. In the meantime, I'll keep posting my thoughts and hope that is enough to keep you coming back.

There's a strange glitch where new items show up on the DN's main blogs page, but when you click to read the post you hit a dead end.

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