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Partly Cloudy, Chance Of Labels

Google Blogger is turning 10 this week and the celebrations have already begun folks! After the teaser announcement a couple of days ago and an impromptu blog post later, we finally get the first gift in the form of label clouds.

The label widget was woefully inadequate, with only two ways of showing labels. The blog post goes on to say that this was the most requested feature (why am I not surprised?) and now we finally have it. Not only is it possible to show the labels as a cloud, you can also select which ones you actually want to show up in it. Yippee!

I’ve been waiting for this feature myself but for better or for worse, just last week I found this fantastic flash cloud widget Image 016 for my blog from Blogger Buster. And while this new feature is definitely news, I think I’ll just keep the one I’ve got.

Here’s how they both look:
Image 015 Image 014
What do you think? Should I keep the old one or toss it?

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