This is really cool. I first saw this on Scoble’s site and then on TDavid’s site. When both of them blog about something, there is a very high chance that I will be interested in whatever it is.
coComment is definitely interesting and something that I will use, a lot! But what is it? Scoble puts it best:
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?
I’ve already added a My Comments to the sidebar.
Like all good things, coComment does one thing and does it very well.
: SolutionWatch has a Greasemonkey script for coComment! http://www.solutionwatch.com/313/comment-tracking-with-cocomment/
[tags]coComment, greasemonkey, script, greasemonkey script[/tags]
I just threw on Windows Live Messenger Beta. Looks interesting. I’ll post more after I’ve used it for a while.
I also have
3 invites. If you want one, leave a comment stating why you should receive an invite (bribes are welcomed encouraged). The top 3 commenters will receive an invite.
Entry deadline is 12/23/2005 23:59:59 MST.
Note: I also giving away two of them over at StudentTabletPC.com
: Two left!
ICS is the open calendar format, also known as iCalendar.
It’s about time, that’s all I can say!
[tags]Outlook 12, Beta, ICS, iCalendar[/tags]
The technology is cool, no doubt about that. However, this is definitely an alpha version and tons more work needs to be done, especially in the display of photos area. Here’s my first bug report (also emailed to the Riya team):
- When I was tagging faces, some of the faces did not appear. I labeled them as “AlphaError”.
- Some faces are not recognized. When I go in to manually tag them, I find that I usually can’t drag a box around their face if their face is too close to another tagged face.
[tags]riya, photosearch, soalphaithurts[/tags]