If you're using BML on your server, you need to do two things in your document. First, you need to set the NOCACHE flag (example included), so that the visitor's browser doesn't store old states of the page in cache. Then you simply need to add in the given _CODE block somewhere on your page.
Since BML evaluates markup blocks returned from code blocks, you can include BML markup in your embedding style in order to make your embedded journal fit in with your BML scheme.
This uses the LibWWW module for Perl, which you may need to install on your server, or have your admin do it.
<?_code use LWP::Simple; return get('http://www.blurty.com/customview.cgi' . '?username=username&styleid=101'); _code?>
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