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Sunday, February 05, 2006

CoComment - Tracking all your comments

I did stumble over this new webservice at TechCrunch went curious and checked the info page from CoComment. I believe that they have a really great idea, whether it works for me is the other question which I first will be able to answer upon when it is possible to use this service. Right know it is in "beta"-mode and allows only "friends" (which I am apparrently not ;-)) to participate.
This is from the "How does it work" section of CoComment:
When you become a member of coComment, you'll install a simple bookmarklet on your browser. Whenever you make comments on another blog, you'll do so using this bookmarklet. Using coComment allow for 3 things:CaptureFirst, when you sign into your account on the coComment home page, you'll be taken to "your conversations". In other words, you don't have to have your own blog to benefit from the coComment service! In "your conversations", you'll find a centralized list of all the comments you've made on other people's blogs, with a link back to the original blog where you made the comment. Additionally, you'll find all comments posted by other coComment members which are related to your original comment - creating a flowing conversation.
How do we do this? Essentially, when you and other coComment users use the coComment bookmarklet to make a comment, the coComment service makes a duplicate of that comment. This copy of your comments, and all related comments from other users, are then automatically displayed in "your comments" on the coComment service. ShareSecond, if you have your own blog, you'll be able to display a window on your blog called your "blogbox", which is basically a miniature copy of "your conversations" right on your blog. This is not only convenient for you - as you won't have to go to coComment's web page to view your conversations, but also brings the value of your comments on other's blogs back to you and your blog. And lastly, it allows readers of your blog to see your comments, conversations and topics of interest from within your blog.AlertAs an added bonus, the comment stream generated by your conversations will be available to you not only in your blog box, but also as an RSS feed, so you can track your conversations on your favorite RSS reader, along with all your other regularly updated information. And keep your eyes on coComment for future alert services already in the works - such as SMS, IM and email alerts!
This was seized 4 u at CoComment & TechCrunch

Comments on "CoComment - Tracking all your comments"


Roland said ... (Sun Feb 05, 09:08:07 PM CET) : 

Upps - only 3 minutes after finishing this post Ive got my invitation - so I will ckeck it out and tell more about CoComment `when I have a clear picture (or believe so...) :-)


Roland said ... (Sun Feb 05, 09:57:38 PM CET) : 

This is just a test - testing whether CoComment will work together with greasemonkey 6 the script or not.


Roland said ... (Sun Feb 05, 10:46:55 PM CET) : 

thats another test


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