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Perspective

by srcmax
Perspective is an API that makes it easier to host better conversations. The API uses machine learning models to score the perceived impact a comment might have on a conversation. Developers and publishers can use this score to give realtime feedback to commenters or help moderators do their job, or allow readers to more easily find relevant information, as illustrated in two experiments below.

2016

GraphComment, la plateforme de discussion web-social

by srcmax
Un système de commentaire innovant pour votre site

2014

danah boyd | apophenia » Social Steganography: Learning to Hide in Plain Sight

by sbrothier
Carmen and her mother are close. As far as Carmen’s concerned, she has nothing to hide from her mother so she’s happy to have her mom as her ‘friend’ on Facebook. Of course, Carmen’s mom doesn’t always understand the social protocols on Facebook and Carmen sometimes gets frustrated. She hates that her mom comments on nearly every post, because it “scares everyone away…Everyone kind of disappears after the mom post…It’s just uncool having your mom all over your wall. That’s just lame.” Still, she knows that her mom means well and she sometimes uses this pattern to her advantage. While Carmen welcomes her mother’s presence, she also knows her mother overreacts. In order to avoid a freak out, Carmen will avoid posting things that have a high likelihood of mother misinterpretation. This can make communication tricky at times and Carmen must work to write in ways that are interpreted differently by different people.

2013

WordPress › WP Ajax Edit Comments « WordPress Plugins

by srcmax & 1 other
Allow users to edit comments for a limited time, while admins can edit all comments.

Moot | Forums and commenting re-imagined

by Spone
Forums and commenting re-imagined Embeddable · Styleable · Realtime · Free Add conversations to any site with a few lines of HTML. Gorgeous discussions, yours for free.

2012

2011

Wordpress.com Adds Wordpress, Twitter And Facebook Comments (In That Order)

by sbrothier
Following in the footsteps of commenting systems Echo, Disqus and Intense Debate, WordPress.com has launched WordPress, Twitter and Facebook authorization and identity systems for its own commenting platform, in that order. The blog host didn’t even have the WordPress.com option before.

Defuse | Fluid Interfaces

by sbrothier
Defuse is a new method for navigating and participating in online discussions. Previous designs for online discussion were successful under the assumption that participation would be limited to tens or at most hundreds of participants. Emergent social conventions have been able to smooth over media as they scale, but ultimately they are limited by the design of a medium itself. Defuse seeks to continue scaling online discussions by adding social, structural, and historical context throughout the interface, and by widening the expressivity of a message to match the user's intention. It does so using a combination of natural language processing, machine learning, visualization, data portraiture, social network analysis, and medium design.

2010

Is This Thing On? - Cognition

by sbrothier
Speaking of experiments, there’s our comments section. Everybody knows inline blog comments are going the way of the BBS and Gopher sites of yore. We’re not ready to say “comments are dead” (we’ll leave that for Wired Magazine’s next cover story) but we have noticed the smell, and we’re doing something about it.

Top funny source code comments | cObaia.net

by ghis (via)
Some funny code comments. I laughed.

Derek Powazek - 10 Ways Newspapers Can Improve Comments

by Spone
The other day Bob Garfield had a good kvetch about dumb comments on newspaper websites on his show, On The Media, and I posted my two cents, but I still don’t feel better. I think that’s because Bob’s partly right: comments do suck sometimes. So, instead of just poking him for sounding like Grandpa Simpson, I’d like to help fix the problem. Here are ten things newspapers could do, right now, to improve the quality of the comments on their sites. (There are lots more, but you know how newspaper editors can’t resist a top ten list.)

Unifying the Conversations (Salmon Protocol)

by Spone
As updates and content flow in real time around the Web, conversations around the content are becoming increasingly fragmented into individual silos. Salmon aims to define a standard protocol for comments and annotations to swim upstream to original update sources -- and spawn more commentary in a virtuous cycle. It's open, decentralized, abuse resistant, and user centric.

CSS Speech Bubble · David DeSandro

by Krome & 2 others
Speech bubble icons have become synonymous with comments. When creating yet another one for a standard comment link, it occurred to me that there might be a way to make the icon without ever opening up an image editor. It could all be done with CSS. After all, a word bubble is only two shapes a rounded rectangle and a triangle. For it to work, I just needed to add a couple tags inside the comment link.

CSS Speech Bubble · David DeSandro

by Spone & 2 others
Speech bubble icons have become synonymous with comments. When creating yet another one for a standard comment link, it occurred to me that there might be a way to make the icon without ever opening up an image editor. It could all be done with CSS. After all, a word bubble is only two shapes a rounded rectangle and a triangle. For it to work, I just needed to add a couple tags inside the comment link.

Carrington - The CMS Theme Framework for WordPress

by Spone
Carrington is a CMS theme framework for WordPress that makes it easy to create unique looks for different categories, posts and comments just by creating custom templates.

2009

DISQUS Comments | Powering Discussion on the Web

by sbrothier & 13 others
Hundreds of thousands of sites, from small blogs to large publications, rely on it to power and manage their discussion communities.

JS-Kit ECHO

by Krome & 11 others, 1 comment
the next generation commenting system. It’s the way to share your content, and watch the live reaction. You can quickly embed Echo on WordPress, Blogger, or any website and turn your static pages into a real-time stream of diggs, tweets, comments and more.

JS-Kit ECHO

by sbrothier & 11 others, 1 comment
the next generation commenting system. It’s the way to share your content, and watch the live reaction. You can quickly embed Echo on WordPress, Blogger, or any website and turn your static pages into a real-time stream of diggs, tweets, comments and more.

Carsonified » Web Design is a Journey

by sbrothier
On the July 9th 2009 we launched a complete redesign of Carsonified and the Think Vitamin blog. I thought it’d be fun to tell you the story of how the new site design evolved and came to life. It was an interesting journey.

JS-Kit ECHO

by sbrothier & 1 other
the way to share your content, and watch the live reaction. Publishers can quickly embed Echo on any site and turn their static pages into a real-time stream of diggs, tweets, comments, ratings and more.

Socializing Baekdal.com - Articles - Baekdal.com

by sbrothier
Baekdal.com now features a completely redesigned commenting system that tabs into the power of social networks. Instead of manually typing in your name, you simply press a button. How amazing is that...

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