June 6, 2007

Click comments

Filed under: 80/20, accessibility — danielharris @ 3:30 pm

We had a 20 discussion a while back about how to encourage more people to blog / comment / allow more options for people to change or embelish the way that they communicate through blogs.

And Click comments could be the start of some further thinking in this area.
could we experiement with this system of commenting? It’s had some mixed reviews and clearly needs some developing but at least it’s an implementation that we should be able to (at least grahically) hack…

what do you think?



  1. I can see the attraction in this – a low-barrier easy to use method for expressing a response – but imo this is the the equivalent of grunting at soliloquy 😉

    Seriously, if I’m OK with spending time writing about stuff that matters to me, for someone to spam my ‘poo’ button, what’s that going to do for my self-respect hehe…

    Comment by Stephen — June 7, 2007 @ 8:31 pm

  2. it wouldn’t leave you with much dignity. Painful even.

    Apparently the first icon isn’t a steaming pile, but a icon for ‘refreshing’. – none of them are negative – which is good and bad.

    interesting input for developing something better though

    Comment by Daniel — June 8, 2007 @ 9:48 am

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