Awesome: Disqus Blog » Facebook Connect now available on Disqus: “We began our Facebook Connect integration with our announcement last week. Tonight, all websites using Disqus now have the option to enable Facebook Connect.” You can try it out here in the comments (if you’re logged into Disqus already, you have to log out first).
I first implemented Disqus here in October of ’07. Despite all the ups and downs, I’m still a Disqus fan. Glad to see this new feature and I think it’ll go a long way in curving curbing (sorry, Jangro) some of the spam problems we’ve been seeing pop up: Disqus Blog » Admin Feature: Require […]
Nifty! Go, Disqus… Disqus Blog » DISQUS and Facebook Connect under the mistletoe: “Facebook Connect is new technology that allows websites and blogs to plug into the Facebook platform. This holiday season, Disqus will enable all websites with Disqus-powered comments to easily integrate with Facebook Connect.” Eat it, Jangro.
Yay! Our long international blogging conundrum is over. Disqus FTW! Disqus Blog » New: Enable Support for Trackbacks in Disqus: “Go to the Configure tab and scroll down to General Settings. Check the box and let it do its thing. This is our support for standard Trackbacks. More fun Linkback implementations still to come.” However, […]
Disqus continues to make blogging more enjoyable. Now, you can enable video comments through Seesmic integration with Disqus. To turn this on, just head to the Configuration tab on the Disqus dashboard: Give it a go in the comments if you’d like to test it out (you’ll see a “Record Video Comment” option). I’m still […]
Although I’m not particularly crazy about doing video comments myself, my fingers are crossed that Disqus integrates them soon: Disqus Adding Video Comments; Will People Use Them?: “We’ve now learned that Disqus, a third-party commenting system, will be rolling out its own video commenting feature, likely later this week.” I don’t necessarily see video comments […]
The comment solution I use here at CostPerNews is called Disqus. It’s fantastic and the best of both worlds for building a community out of your commenters. Today, Disqus is announcing a new funding round and a slew of new (and very cool) features that enhances the platform: Disqus Blog » Disqus releases Beta 2 […]
A couple of months ago, I tested out Disqus for comments. I’m re-enabling that because I have been impressed with the features and forum-esque feel (plus, you can grab an RSS of the comment thread). We’re probably going to hook this up on ReveNews as well as soon as the WordPress transition is done (should […]
So, I’m trying out something new for the comments called Disqus. It’s a rather neat (and easy to install) platform that allows for comments to turn into a forum and allows for you the user to keep your comments organized with other blogs using Disqus (Dave Winer, Fred Wilson and a few others are using […]
I agree with Scoble here on the “broken” nature of blog commenting on the social web (especially when you have a blog that deals directly with social media): Scobleizer — Tech geek blogger » Blog Archive Why blogging comments suck «: “How do you fix this? Not easily. I wish there were a system where […]