The Ranobe Cafe Adds “Digg” Function!

September 4, 2009 at 8:38 am Leave a comment

DiggSo as you might have become aware of, last night I discovered a special add on for the blog, a “Digg” button.

So after much strenuous work to get it completely working, it is now up and functioning. And apparently, people have already began to use it. The “Tokyopop Confirms Light Novels Are NOT Canceled” article has gotten 3 diggs so far. 🙂

The digg button will only appear on certain posts, such as news or article. Posts such as these about website upgrades and news  and such will usually not being given the button.

Are you happy about the new function? Unhappy? Don’t care? lol

Leave your comment’s and be sure to let me know what you think about it all.


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Welcome To Ranobe Cafe!

This marks the english speaking world's first dedicated light novel blog, bringing you news and views from the english perspective on light novels. We are more than just a blog about light novels though, we also stand in awe of the many other literary works crossing over to the West from Japan. So expect to also see articles that dabble from time to time in Cell Phone Novels and Japanese Sci-Fi works, to mention a few.

So come all you light novel enthusiasts! Come one and all! We may be a niche, and may represent one of the smallest markets in these economically troubled times, but we are also one of the most dedicated! So let us come together and support the industry we love and hold so dearly!



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