Response Stack: build stories out of reader comments.

February 25 Comments Off on Response Stack: build stories out of reader comments. Category: Blogging, Feed, HackText, Wordpress

I’m releasing a new WordPress plugin today that allows you to use shortcodes to embed comments and comment threads into the body of stories. It’s called Response Stack. The goal is to build stories out of comments and help both the original story and the discussion around it live on. You can see the first […]

DISQUS and Facebook Comments, a troubling direction for online commenting

September 07 Comments Off on DISQUS and Facebook Comments, a troubling direction for online commenting Category: Blogging, Feed, HackText, Wordpress

Commenting systems have become a popular way to increase engagement online. But it means giving your comments live offsite. What do we lose and is it worth it?

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Links 3-7-11: Facebook comments, Alice returns, Twitter in Manhattan, Ask Me Anything in USA Today

March 08 0 Comments Category: Actual, Links

The big controversy of the day is Facebook comments, stemming off the big post on TechCrunch looking at their own use of Facebook comments.

New onMason Features and ScholarPress

September 02 Comments Off on New onMason Features and ScholarPress Category: Feed, onMason

The following new features have been added to onMason via plugins: Use aggr to embed RSS feeds in your posts. Create footnotes.[1.Using the FD Footnotes plugin, like this] Private WP allows you to lock down your blog to make it invisible. Publish2 is a link journalism tool. It has been auto-activated over all blogs as […]

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