Friday synthesis post: Are comments part of your narrative?

September 09 Comments Off on Friday synthesis post: Are comments part of your narrative? Category: Blogging, Feed, HackText

I think that there is another commenting issue that should be addressed. Comments on a blog post or article are narrative-additive artifacts.

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Links 9-7-11: No more Arrington?, Krug on Bitcoin, Sextortion

September 07 0 Comments Category: Actual, Links

CNN Money is reporting that Michael Arrington, possibly in reaction to his call for TechCrunch’s editorial independence, has been fired from AOL

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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