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Steve Sherlock

Yes, CoComment is a wonderful way to track where you have said something. It saves our comments from becoming Hansel and Gretel's bread crumbs in the forest of the blogosphere!

dave

Hey Steve. How long have you been using it? Any tips?

Steve Sherlock

Dave, I found CoComment back in February when Frank Paynter wrote about it.

http://p4tgce.blogspot.com/2006/02/cocomment-role.html

I have the CoComment feed along the left column of most of my blogs. I like to be able to track what is said and said in reply without having to go back to the original site. Of course,I do if I need to add something to the converssation.

I have had no negative reader comments but I am not sure my readers get to fully appreciate what it can do for us. It's use is certainly growing and I like that part.

Greg Balanko-Dickson

I tried it about the same time as Steve did but ditched it after noticing a slowdown in my sites performance. Too many javascripts but that was a issue with the specific template I was using.

dave

Steve - I've been aware of that comment column but never noticed the co icon. Neat!

I was wondering if the co-comment app would slow things down Greg. Thanks, I'll have to keep an eye on that.

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