Help me write a blog post
I feel like my grandfather when I lurch into language like this, but in those days when people wanted to respond to someone else's post, they wrote something on their own sites and stuck in a link. In many ways I think that we should have stuck with that way of handling communication through webloggia, that we should have dug around and find new ways to optimise that process (á la Technorati), but when I look online today it's not where we find ourselves. One way or another we have to make do and work to improve the environment in which we find ourselves.
Small Pieces gang blog - we'd add multiple authors and post our conversations to the same blog as separate posts.
when I adopted the new hAtom Blogger templates, and fingers crossed they will stay relatively spam-free.
I think it depends on how you (the generic 'you') view your blog: are you firing off idea bursts into the void for other people to pick up or not, or are you trying to promote an ongoing discussion? coComment can help with aggregating conversations from diverse sites, but I haven't played with it to see how well it works in practice versus collaborative editing of blog posts or groupblogs or commenting directly on posts. -Steven Kaye 8/25/07
It says in the very top: "edited on August 27, 2007 7:33 AM by Richard Eriksson". It's currently 2:
Posted 11:47 AM by Kevin Marks