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  • CoComment Script for Community Server Update

    It’s the little things that keep you on your toes as a programmer. After my site upgrade to Community Server 2.0, Keyvan ever so politely pointed out that my CoComment script wasn’t working, i.e. coco enabled visitors weren’t having their comments automatically logged on the coco service. After a few minutes of digging around, I realized it was because in my original CS coco script I had hardcoded the commentFormName variable to always be __aspnetForm. Lo and behold my form name...
  • My Family Says I Don't Call Enough

    So they read my blog to see what I’m up to, which is strange as I don’t really post about too much personal stuff. But when I spoke with one of them today, his first question was “so how did the site upgrade go?” What got me to thinking about this is I didn’t even realize that most of my blog was down for the better part of 18 hours today before I read Dave’s post about some issues he spotted early this A.M. on 2 sites he knows that recently upgraded to CS2.0....
  • CoComment Is Out Of Beta

    According to the devs over at CoComment , their service is officially out of beta and open to anyone willing to sign up for it. They seem to have ironed most of the major kinks out of the system, and so far I’ve thoroughly enjoyed using it, namely for the fact that I can keep up with all of my comments (on coco enabled blogs at least) in one place. Getting your blog coco enabled is a snap, and now that it’s fully automated is painless for your users to take advantage of. They recently...
  • New CoComment Feature

    The developers over at CoComment have added a new feature to the coco service: Total blog integration . It’s worth mentioning that there is a typo in the script mentioned in the post; the correct script to add is as follows (the full script for Community Server can be found here ): var cocomment_force = false; <script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://www.cocomment.com/js/cocomment.js”></script> Voila, no more clicking the bookmarklet to have your coComments...
  • Test Post From Performancing For Firefox

    Performancing for Firefox 1.1.1 | Performancing.com Performancing for Firefox is a full featured blog editor that sits right within Firefox. Just hit F8 or click the little pencil icon at the bottom right to bring up the blog editor and easily post to your Wordpress, MovableType or Blogger blogs. This is a pretty cool little Firefox add-in; you can snag it from the link above. It won't replace my desktop blogging tool, but it's nice for publishing short snippets from websites, plus it supports Technorati...
  • This CoComment Thing Seem To Be Really Taking Off

    CoComment seems to be getting quite a bit of blog airtime over the past couple of days…could it be the next Technorati ? I actually think it has the potential to be that and oh so much more. A couple of stats from their blog : They’ve had a huge traffic spike according to Alexa , so much that they’ve had to stop doling out invites , and order more machines . They were beating the Superbowl in number of searches on Technorati for a while. They got a plug over on MoBuzz . They have...
  • Test Post From a Tool I Can't Discuss (Yet)

    This is a test post from a tool I can't discuss as of yet. Let's see how it handles some basic text formatting. This is an italic blockquote. Bold is yummy. So is underlined text. Numbered list: Ordered list. List item number 2. Bulleted list: Bullet 1. Bullet 2. And finally, code formatting: 1 // Design pattern for a base class. 2 public class Base: IDisposable 3 { 4 //Implement IDisposable. 5 public void Dispose() 6 { 7 Dispose( true ); 8 GC.SuppressFinalize( this ); 9 } 10 11 protected virtual...
  • Track your comments, no matter where you make them

    Hot off the presses via Scoble : Let’s say you track 10 blogs and you regularly post comments on all 10 blogs. Isn’t it a pain in the behind that you have to go around to each of the 10 blogs to participate in the comments? Well, minutes ago Laurent Haug showed us a service, CoComment, that tracks your comments in one place. This is awesome. Here’s a picture of Laurent showing this to us. As Scoble states, it’s currently in closed beta…but you can leave your email address...
  • Guy Kawasaki is Blogging

    I recently found out that Guy Kawasaki is blogging (via ScottW’s blog, the post aptly titled “ How To Be A Demo God ”): His site is located here . If I hadn’t grown up as an Apple fanatic, I wouldn’t have recognized his name; he goes way back to the early days of that company, and has done numerous other things in the technological realm as well. His blog is absolutely packed with information, and it’s one of the very few I’ve discovered recently that I’ve clicked on the first post and started reading...
  • Some Blogger Link Lovin'

    Sushant has been leaving some pretty good comments on my blog as of late, so I figured I’d give him a proper introduction on my site (plus his site runs on Community Server which is always a plus :-) ). Check out his site here . A nice mix of tech blended in with quite a bit of humor (plus he finally got a domain name I can remember). Keep up the good work Sushant!

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