By now you have heard that Google Reader has added a “private conversations” feature. As with most things Google, people have been praising the new feature. First, a few details from the official announcement: Comments can only be seen by friends of the person who originally shared the item. Comments are not yet available in… Read More Google Reader Hijacking The Conversation
The other day, a Disqus user and friendly developer created the Disqus2FF tool. The tool allows blogs using Disqus to synchronize comments between FriendFeed and Disqus. For the most part, it has been praised by many Disqus users as a way to consolidate some of the conversation fragmentation. ReadWriteWeb has a similar solution on their… Read More Is Comment Sync From FriendFeed Bad For The Conversation?
Given that RegularGeek is just over one year old and the end of the year is here, there will be a few of these year in review type of posts. Today I wanted to present the 10 most talked about posts on this blog. This list contains the 10 posts with the most number of… Read More RegularGeek 10 Most Talked About Posts
We all know of the people complaining about Twitter’s stability. Several people have even talked about Twitter becoming a utility service that even better services are built upon. I even addressed this a few weeks ago with my Twitter At The Crossroads post. The only reason most of this is discussed is due to their… Read More The Importance of Openness
I took a small break from posting and people start complaining about who owns comments on a blog or any of the other services like FriendFeed. ReadWriteWeb asked the question of who owns them. For some reason, they did not really present their opinion, but at least admitted that it is an interesting problem. Steven… Read More Who Owns Comments? Who Cares.