Track your comments, no matter where you make them

Let’s say you track 10 blogs and you regularly post comments on all 10 blogs. Isn’t it a pain in the behind that you have to go around to each of the 10 blogs to participate in the comments?

Well, minutes ago Laurent Haug showed us a service, CoComment, that tracks your comments in one place. This is awesome. Here’s a picture of Laurent showing this to us.

This service is going to be VERY popular with bloggers. Problem is it’s in a closed beta right now. We’re all begging Laurent to get us access.

Hey, TechCrunch, this one is for you. Straight from the Swiss Chalet!

Comments

  1. Aha! You should try this wordpress plugin: MyComments: I don’t know if there is an English version. My friends and I use on our blog a very low tech solution, basically a mini-blog where you copy and paste what you are commenting on other places. We call it Distributed Conversation. It’s inspired on Kottke’s Further Afield and t works very well if don’t ming spending a minute on copypasting yourself. As a written record of your own comments it’s great.

  2. Aha! You should try this wordpress plugin: MyComments: I don’t know if there is an English version. My friends and I use on our blog a very low tech solution, basically a mini-blog where you copy and paste what you are commenting on other places. We call it Distributed Conversation. It’s inspired on Kottke’s Further Afield and t works very well if don’t ming spending a minute on copypasting yourself. As a written record of your own comments it’s great.

  3. from coComment, a few invitation codes for Robert’s friends! Each one can only be used once:

    2328-4644-7767-3747-0777
    7235-6483-2793-0404-2796
    7782-8108-3252-2034-7474
    0392-8477-5433-2735-5775
    3254-4330-5438-4651-7747
    1214-4769-4063-9397-7973
    6522-7762-7578-2175-7767
    3205-8216-4745-3562-6825

  4. from coComment, a few invitation codes for Robert’s friends! Each one can only be used once:

    2328-4644-7767-3747-0777
    7235-6483-2793-0404-2796
    7782-8108-3252-2034-7474
    0392-8477-5433-2735-5775
    3254-4330-5438-4651-7747
    1214-4769-4063-9397-7973
    6522-7762-7578-2175-7767
    3205-8216-4745-3562-6825

  5. Of course I did not read instructions before use the bookmarklet :-) So… 1) write the comment; 2) click che coComment button; 3) click submit…
    This must be refined! Too many clicks: I’m sure I will forget to click twice most of the times :(

  6. Of course I did not read instructions before use the bookmarklet :-) So… 1) write the comment; 2) click che coComment button; 3) click submit…
    This must be refined! Too many clicks: I’m sure I will forget to click twice most of the times :(

  7. There’s a forum on the coComment site you can use to give feedback… I’ve already started a thread with that one, actually, so add a vote! (I’m sure they’ve thought of it already, though…)

  8. There’s a forum on the coComment site you can use to give feedback… I’ve already started a thread with that one, actually, so add a vote! (I’m sure they’ve thought of it already, though…)

  9. Gosh… there really should be a way for bloggers to fix pingbacks once they’ve been sent. Mine shouldn’t be so ugly :-( (Robert: you’re free to clean it up all you wish)

  10. Gosh… there really should be a way for bloggers to fix pingbacks once they’ve been sent. Mine shouldn’t be so ugly :-( (Robert: you’re free to clean it up all you wish)

  11. Here’s 20 more codes:

    2427-8315-0396-5886-4143

    5319-9776-9526-6508-9535

    1634-6341-3482-3310-1538

    9630-5793-6328-7477-3305

    2846-9668-4433-5368-7109

    5346-4269-2937-8978-6847

    1860-2182-2007-5932-5066

    6088-6389-5525-3960-5416

    4294-8406-2508-1011-3210

    6758-1447-4197-7780-7761

    9241-2674-1186-7295-2757

    0987-2954-5876-9027-8429

    1743-3238-7047-7273-6436

    9852-4981-8879-2702-3439

    4610-7058-3375-6828-3090

    0840-9701-2963-5281-4495

    0816-2853-3367-4131-1321

    9223-1841-1055-3033-5951

    8837-5464-6409-4386-0651

    3717-8019-0530-1501-2261

    6348-3928-0638-7390-2807

  12. No problem, Robert:
    2903-2742-2555-6670-2746
    8631-4913-3753-1566-9569
    8737-7252-8325-1069-0399
    9260-6873-2490-0717-5644
    0785-0726-9747-5703-0921
    1522-7048-1534-4629-3636
    9305-0595-6696-2854-2973
    6691-1553-8559-2782-3508
    6731-7257-1421-3673-4861
    5069-7370-0839-6703-3413
    Each one can only be used once
    Have fun

  13. Here’s 20 more codes:

    2427-8315-0396-5886-4143

    5319-9776-9526-6508-9535

    1634-6341-3482-3310-1538

    9630-5793-6328-7477-3305

    2846-9668-4433-5368-7109

    5346-4269-2937-8978-6847

    1860-2182-2007-5932-5066

    6088-6389-5525-3960-5416

    4294-8406-2508-1011-3210

    6758-1447-4197-7780-7761

    9241-2674-1186-7295-2757

    0987-2954-5876-9027-8429

    1743-3238-7047-7273-6436

    9852-4981-8879-2702-3439

    4610-7058-3375-6828-3090

    0840-9701-2963-5281-4495

    0816-2853-3367-4131-1321

    9223-1841-1055-3033-5951

    8837-5464-6409-4386-0651

    3717-8019-0530-1501-2261

    6348-3928-0638-7390-2807

  14. No problem, Robert:
    2903-2742-2555-6670-2746
    8631-4913-3753-1566-9569
    8737-7252-8325-1069-0399
    9260-6873-2490-0717-5644
    0785-0726-9747-5703-0921
    1522-7048-1534-4629-3636
    9305-0595-6696-2854-2973
    6691-1553-8559-2782-3508
    6731-7257-1421-3673-4861
    5069-7370-0839-6703-3413
    Each one can only be used once
    Have fun

  15. This is cool. Some people are comparing this to usenet but I wouldn’t know. There are probably a significant amount of bloggers who aren’t familiar with usenet but who will enjoy this service. Many thanks!!

  16. This is cool. Some people are comparing this to usenet but I wouldn’t know. There are probably a significant amount of bloggers who aren’t familiar with usenet but who will enjoy this service. Many thanks!!

  17. Well, don’t forget this is a closed beta testing phase. They can’t open it up to too many people at a time. Just a little patience :-)

  18. Well, don’t forget this is a closed beta testing phase. They can’t open it up to too many people at a time. Just a little patience :-)

  19. Thanks for the code. This is something that will be real beneficial to me. Before this, I had to bookmark blogs I commented at in a folder and go and check that daily.

  20. Thanks for the code. This is something that will be real beneficial to me. Before this, I had to bookmark blogs I commented at in a folder and go and check that daily.

  21. I sometimes used del.icio.us to keep track of my comments on other blogs, and at times actually kept a local copy of the comment when I had written a lot. A trackback just isn’t the same thing.

  22. I sometimes used del.icio.us to keep track of my comments on other blogs, and at times actually kept a local copy of the comment when I had written a lot. A trackback just isn’t the same thing.

  23. Wow cool. Blogs finally get CMS sync. Real big CMS had this 20 years ago, but never mind with that tired argument. Nifty, I want on this gig. Good thing.

  24. Wow cool. Blogs finally get CMS sync. Real big CMS had this 20 years ago, but never mind with that tired argument. Nifty, I want on this gig. Good thing.

  25. Christopher: there is nothing new.

    Except the price.

    Old school CMS’s cost, what, $100,000 to start? (And then you needed a consultant or two to help you get it and keep it running). Yeah, that was a really fun world, thanks for the reminder!

  26. Christopher: there is nothing new.

    Except the price.

    Old school CMS’s cost, what, $100,000 to start? (And then you needed a consultant or two to help you get it and keep it running). Yeah, that was a really fun world, thanks for the reminder!

  27. Damn. Viv’s firm’s holiday party is tonight at some swank hotel in SF, I’ll have to see what cognac–or better yet, single malt scotch–they have for us. Tell Laurent, since he should be pleasantly sedated by now, to enjoy it while it lasts. And email me a code ;)

  28. Damn. Viv’s firm’s holiday party is tonight at some swank hotel in SF, I’ll have to see what cognac–or better yet, single malt scotch–they have for us. Tell Laurent, since he should be pleasantly sedated by now, to enjoy it while it lasts. And email me a code ;)

  29. Yeah, that was a really fun world, thanks for the reminder!

    Well sure $100,000 (and more) at the Enterprise-level, as mission critical, and then an Army of Consultants to make it work (not just one or two), Oracle, SAP, SAS, Big Iron. I am no apologist for the scamming software industry. But there was a whole raft of middle-tier tech that was affordable. But basically, to get to the grassroots, to get to the blog-level, things take 15 to 20 years? Wow. How so cutting-edge disruptive.

  30. Yeah, that was a really fun world, thanks for the reminder!

    Well sure $100,000 (and more) at the Enterprise-level, as mission critical, and then an Army of Consultants to make it work (not just one or two), Oracle, SAP, SAS, Big Iron. I am no apologist for the scamming software industry. But there was a whole raft of middle-tier tech that was affordable. But basically, to get to the grassroots, to get to the blog-level, things take 15 to 20 years? Wow. How so cutting-edge disruptive.

  31. The mouse was introduced in 1963. It took until 1984 for it to be used in a computer that went mainstream (and it didn’t really go mainstream until the late 80s).

  32. The mouse was introduced in 1963. It took until 1984 for it to be used in a computer that went mainstream (and it didn’t really go mainstream until the late 80s).

  33. Tracking the COMPLETE CONVERSATION – Part 3

    (Updates at the bottom)Stowe Boyd introduces the concept of the Conversational Index:“…successful blogs — ones that were currently viable and vibrant, and those that were on a growth trajectory from their start — shared a common characteristic: T…

  34. The mouse was introduced in 1963

    Doncha have a better example? I am tired of you using that mouse bit for everything. And computers THEMSELVES didn’t go mainstream until late 80s, or rather even later with Dell commodity mode. And that was HARDWARE, software as you know, is more adaptable. But the point on which we both agree, it takes forever for tech to get mainstream functional. Which is why all your ‘disruption’ (even if it’s really new new) has another 20 years on it, if it doesn’t implode in the meantime.

    Which gives the Tablet another 15 years or so before it catches on? (Well technically can be traced to Alan Kay in late 60s, but mostly just experimentation until the Fujistu era, and more mainstream with Microsoft).

    No doubt you will be harping it up all the while…

  35. The mouse was introduced in 1963

    Doncha have a better example? I am tired of you using that mouse bit for everything. And computers THEMSELVES didn’t go mainstream until late 80s, or rather even later with Dell commodity mode. And that was HARDWARE, software as you know, is more adaptable. But the point on which we both agree, it takes forever for tech to get mainstream functional. Which is why all your ‘disruption’ (even if it’s really new new) has another 20 years on it, if it doesn’t implode in the meantime.

    Which gives the Tablet another 15 years or so before it catches on? (Well technically can be traced to Alan Kay in late 60s, but mostly just experimentation until the Fujistu era, and more mainstream with Microsoft).

    No doubt you will be harping it up all the while…

  36. Back on topic…

    I can’t stand invite-only ego-fed insider baseball games as marketing strategies. Bleech, if it’s that good and can scale, don’t only groupthink handpick, grant to the widest possible audience, and make work for the most scenarios.

  37. Back on topic…

    I can’t stand invite-only ego-fed insider baseball games as marketing strategies. Bleech, if it’s that good and can scale, don’t only groupthink handpick, grant to the widest possible audience, and make work for the most scenarios.

  38. Fooie. This was one major component of a service I’ve been working on. Though I was implementing it for a different purpose: As a method of stopping comment spam dead in its tracks.

  39. Fooie. This was one major component of a service I’ve been working on. Though I was implementing it for a different purpose: As a method of stopping comment spam dead in its tracks.

  40. Help me understand why better and complete support for RSS Comments in more blogging systems and feed readers isn’t a better solution? (DasBlog and SharpReader for starters)

  41. Help me understand why better and complete support for RSS Comments in more blogging systems and feed readers isn’t a better solution? (DasBlog and SharpReader for starters)

  42. Thanks Robert for pointing this out. I’ve been doing something along the lines of this on my blog through a hack a put together. This seems like a much more elegant way of achieving it.

  43. Thanks Robert for pointing this out. I’ve been doing something along the lines of this on my blog through a hack a put together. This seems like a much more elegant way of achieving it.

  44. [...] CoComment, a comment aggregator for bloggers has been given rave reviews by David Scroble.  Michael Arrington over at TechCrunch is a bit skeptical but sees the idea. [...]

  45. It doesn’t seem to track my comments…Ahhhh, finally!!! Right after I clicked on the bookmarklet I saw the cocomment icon appear next to the submit button…..cooooooool

  46. It doesn’t seem to track my comments…Ahhhh, finally!!! Right after I clicked on the bookmarklet I saw the cocomment icon appear next to the submit button…..cooooooool

  47. [...] In class today, a cohort brought up the tedium of posting and then following comments on different sites. I was thinking about that when I came across this post on Robert Scoble’s blog about the new blog comments service Co-comment. Co-comment captures comments through a browser bookmarklet as you post them on individual blogs and then aggregates them to a portal. The service then lets you add comments that you’ve left on other blogs to your own blog and also provides an RSS feed for your to follow comments through a blog aggregator. Co-comment is in closed beta and I’m eagerly awaiting its open launch so I can play around with it. You can sign up for notification of its opening here. [...]

  48. The fact that the other commenters also have to be cocomment users and that cocomment is in closed beta so you can’t really encourage others to try to make use of it really makes it hard to see the value in the service at the time being. In fact, short of it becoming ubiquitious, it will always fail to sufficiently solve the problem of knowing if and when your comments have been responded to. All you’ll really know is if other cocomment users have responded, and you’ll still have to visit the site to see if non users have responded. Really doesn’t provide what we need, something more akin to a rss feed that you can sub to for comments on every post you make.

  49. The fact that the other commenters also have to be cocomment users and that cocomment is in closed beta so you can’t really encourage others to try to make use of it really makes it hard to see the value in the service at the time being. In fact, short of it becoming ubiquitious, it will always fail to sufficiently solve the problem of knowing if and when your comments have been responded to. All you’ll really know is if other cocomment users have responded, and you’ll still have to visit the site to see if non users have responded. Really doesn’t provide what we need, something more akin to a rss feed that you can sub to for comments on every post you make.

  50. Just looked at this and read all of the comments to Roberts blog, We will see an explosion of information and individual responses to that data, in short, the whole world has been talking to each other now in a format that will not go away. coComment will only add fuel and power to the Geeks secret weapon: understanding!!

  51. Just looked at this and read all of the comments to Roberts blog, We will see an explosion of information and individual responses to that data, in short, the whole world has been talking to each other now in a format that will not go away. coComment will only add fuel and power to the Geeks secret weapon: understanding!!

  52. [...] I managed to somehow snag a invitation code for coComment that worked from Scoble so I’ll let you know how that works out. coComment is a brand new service that lets you manage your comments on other blogs from a central location so you better follow up on them. It’s a great idea, and I’m excited to see how the execution works. [...]

  53. [...] Tracking comments that you make at a blog has always been a hassle. The way I usually do it is by making a comment and then bookmark the article with a tag of “comment.” It has worked for me, but obviously does not provide much information and does not notify me of replies. But now there is a new service that has been causing quite a stir in the blogosphere called, coComment. Robert Scoble seems love it and TechCrunch likes the core idea of it. coComment is a free service, currently in private beta, that lets you track comments that you or others leave on blogs that you have commented on. [...]

  54. Anthony: well, keep an eye open and maybe you’ll be there next time they do. Maybe they should open up a subscription service for the beta-testing? I think wordpress.com did that before they launched: “here’s my e-mail address, please put me in the pool for the lucky draw next time you’re ready to take in more testers”. (Actually, I’m going to suggest that straight away in the forum.)

    Yikes! I almost forgot to press my coComment bookmark again :-)

  55. Anthony: well, keep an eye open and maybe you’ll be there next time they do. Maybe they should open up a subscription service for the beta-testing? I think wordpress.com did that before they launched: “here’s my e-mail address, please put me in the pool for the lucky draw next time you’re ready to take in more testers”. (Actually, I’m going to suggest that straight away in the forum.)

    Yikes! I almost forgot to press my coComment bookmark again :-)

  56. I hope so – thanks for dropping them a line about it.

    I’ve been experimenting with a similar idea and was excited to see someone put an app like this together.

  57. I hope so – thanks for dropping them a line about it.

    I’ve been experimenting with a similar idea and was excited to see someone put an app like this together.

  58. Hah! I feel like I’ve just won the lottery.

    Someone needs to make a mashup where you can win invites to hot new web services. :)

    Thanks nicolasD

  59. Hah! I feel like I’ve just won the lottery.

    Someone needs to make a mashup where you can win invites to hot new web services. :)

    Thanks nicolasD

  60. Okay… Now that I have an invite, I see this will blow up and people will sell their cars for invites. Who will be first to start a coComment invite spooler? Who will sell their invites?

    It doesn’t display the article and blog right for my blog… I don’t know why either. I have a stock WP install. I posted a bug in the forum: http://www.cocomment.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=25

  61. 4829-0427-4849-8166-9231
    9242-2151-2260-3868-6752
    2767-3652-3286-6151-2864
    9843-5276-6273-6027-0561
    7578-3800-6665-0465-1143
    6726-6802-7958-6957-8842
    0720-3537-8821-8170-8164
    5533-8940-1580-1309-8423
    3069-4116-7727-3746-0935
    2564-2720-2372-4792-8706
    8715-2862-6788-6752-3825
    4824-7797-6804-2663-1983
    9220-4265-3366-0078-4734
    9852-3075-8150-8554-7297
    0945-8999-8286-3220-4915
    8666-9614-3725-5349-2803

    (via http://www.ballpark.ch/blog/english/513/cocomment)

  62. 4829-0427-4849-8166-9231
    9242-2151-2260-3868-6752
    2767-3652-3286-6151-2864
    9843-5276-6273-6027-0561
    7578-3800-6665-0465-1143
    6726-6802-7958-6957-8842
    0720-3537-8821-8170-8164
    5533-8940-1580-1309-8423
    3069-4116-7727-3746-0935
    2564-2720-2372-4792-8706
    8715-2862-6788-6752-3825
    4824-7797-6804-2663-1983
    9220-4265-3366-0078-4734
    9852-3075-8150-8554-7297
    0945-8999-8286-3220-4915
    8666-9614-3725-5349-2803

    (via http://www.ballpark.ch/blog/english/513/cocomment)

  63. Coco nuts, invitation code has been already used !

    Real blogs allow comments and inescapably comments lead to conversations (notwithstanding some many columnists who still succeed to palm their more or less authoritative monologues off on the readers). But the ecosystem has tampered with 2 important di…

  64. Testing out coComment

    Don’t you hate it when you comment on a blog and you have to revisit it to see all the comments left by other people? This can get really difficult when you currently comment on over 10 blogs or so. Isn’t it a pain to have to revisit each blog just t…

  65. On behalf of the whole cocomment team, I just wanted to thank everyone for their posts and feedback (and of course, special thanks to the Scobleizer!) The response has been far greater than we could have imagined, and we’re all really excited!

    Just wanted to let everyone know that the only reason cocomment is a closed beta right now is that we wanted to make sure the service wouldn’t crash under heavy use and spoil the fun for everyone. We’re working really hard to incorporate all your feedback and suggestions, and we promise to open it up for everyone very soon!

    Thanks again and happy coCommenting!

  66. On behalf of the whole cocomment team, I just wanted to thank everyone for their posts and feedback (and of course, special thanks to the Scobleizer!) The response has been far greater than we could have imagined, and we’re all really excited!

    Just wanted to let everyone know that the only reason cocomment is a closed beta right now is that we wanted to make sure the service wouldn’t crash under heavy use and spoil the fun for everyone. We’re working really hard to incorporate all your feedback and suggestions, and we promise to open it up for everyone very soon!

    Thanks again and happy coCommenting!

  67. [...] coComment verspricht die Lösung dieses Problems: Ein Portaldienst mit Gratis-Registration, der dem User ermöglicht, alle eigenen Kommentare und die Kommentare darauf web-basiert mit den Grundfunktionen “Capture”, “Share” und “Alert” zu verwalten, zu verfolgen und mit anderen Usern zu teilen. Obwohl der Dienst erst im Beta-Stadium (per Einladungscode) ist, hat er an der LIFT 06 in Genf viel Aufsehen erregt. Scobleizer und weitere prominente Blogger sind des Lobes voll. TechCrunch fragt sich, ob ein Portaldienst mit Registrierung wirklich die geeignete Lösung dieser Problematik ist und bemängelt, dass noch keine Verwaltung von Trackbacks enthalten ist. Viele möchten gerne am Beta teilnehmen, die Einladungscodes die einer der Entwickler veröffentlicht hat sind alle verbraucht. [...]

  68. [...] After literally tripping over this at Scobleizer I saw that Robert was talking about coComment which is a way of tracking your comments that you post on the blogs around the blogosphere. It sounded like a good idea, so over to coComment I went and had a bit of a look around. I clicked on ‘people’ and saw that NicolasD was rather large in the tag cloud there and thought that would be a good example to choose being one of the largest names in the cloud. I saw that NicolasD had a few conversations he had commented on and one was Scobleizer so I clicked that and saw that he had commented on Scobleizer with a list of some invite ID’s for Scoble’s readers, I refreshed the Scobleizer and now saw a list of keys. Cut and Paste and a form later I was in. [...]

  69. First Take: Cocomment Takes Comments Out Of The Dark

    Two of my buds at the Web 2.0 Workgroup, Robert Scoble and Michael Arrington, beat me to the punch on Cocomment. Robert is enthusiastic while Michael is more lukewarm. The idea is to collect all the comments that you leave

  70. Track Your Blog Comments in One Place

    Fresh from oven, a new service from Switzerland called CoComment allows you to track your blog comments in one place. It’s going to be popular with bloggers. It makes tracking comments so much easier because you only have to look in one centraliz…

  71. Good stuff, great start to solving probably the single biggest problem with the “conversations” part of the blogging world. Woudl be nice if the button click order was left-to-right though. :)

    Leaving this comment with CoComment. Nice.

  72. Good stuff, great start to solving probably the single biggest problem with the “conversations” part of the blogging world. Woudl be nice if the button click order was left-to-right though. :)

    Leaving this comment with CoComment. Nice.

  73. CoComment

    Mehr oder weniger aus dem Nichts heraus erschien gestern zuerst bei Scoble, dann bei Solutionswatch und später auch auf Techcrunch mit CoComment ein Dienst, der es ermöglicht, Weblogkommentare zusätzlich zum Weblog, auf dem man kommentiert, auch zen…

  74. Thanks for the heads-up Robert. It was easier to install all the components of Co-Comment than I expected. Now will have to evaluate it in the field.
    So, co-commenting here.

  75. Thanks for the heads-up Robert. It was easier to install all the components of Co-Comment than I expected. Now will have to evaluate it in the field.
    So, co-commenting here.

  76. Some invites I got:

    6483-1938-7540-0547-1881

    9219-7076-0389-5856-7675

    8229-7432-0961-8061-1121

    3589-9761-9837-3788-0450

  77. Some invites I got:

    6483-1938-7540-0547-1881

    9219-7076-0389-5856-7675

    8229-7432-0961-8061-1121

    3589-9761-9837-3788-0450

  78. coComment fixes blog commenting

    coComment is a very nifty new site that solves a common problem amongst those of us who keep track of a few hundred blogs… keeping track of where you’ve commented!
    As an example, here are mine. Very, very slick – I’m already in love….

  79. Robert, you’re right – coComment is onto something here… I went to their site after reading your post, signed up to receive future information on their site and the next morning I had an invite code.

    Fantastic tool for bloggers!

  80. Robert, you’re right – coComment is onto something here… I went to their site after reading your post, signed up to receive future information on their site and the next morning I had an invite code.

    Fantastic tool for bloggers!

  81. Wow. I signed up with my email address and I just got my code. I’m really exited about this; it sucks to ‘lose’ comments and track replies.

    Testing right now!

  82. Wow. I signed up with my email address and I just got my code. I’m really exited about this; it sucks to ‘lose’ comments and track replies.

    Testing right now!

  83. The concept is simply superb. But I just wonder if there couldn’t be a better way to use CoComment than as a bookmark.

    Everytime I need to comment, I have to move from the comment area to the bookmark and then back to the comment area. Simply increasing the amplitude of the movement if we talk of Fitts’ Law.

  84. The concept is simply superb. But I just wonder if there couldn’t be a better way to use CoComment than as a bookmark.

    Everytime I need to comment, I have to move from the comment area to the bookmark and then back to the comment area. Simply increasing the amplitude of the movement if we talk of Fitts’ Law.

  85. Great idea, thanks for the heads up. Will be interested to see if it becomes widely adompted. I agree that the clicking twice thing is a serious issue.

  86. Great idea, thanks for the heads up. Will be interested to see if it becomes widely adompted. I agree that the clicking twice thing is a serious issue.

  87. Lee: download firefox, install the greasemonkey extension, and then install the greasemonkey script for cocomment. You can ditch your bookmark after that.

  88. Lee: download firefox, install the greasemonkey extension, and then install the greasemonkey script for cocomment. You can ditch your bookmark after that.

  89. Lost in Conversation: no longer!

    It is poor civic hygiene to install technologies that could someday facilitate a police state.~ Bruce SchneierIn the summer of 2005, I spent a week or so on an idea of mine that I planned to launch onto the web

  90. Great, I finally managed to catch a free invitation code before the end of the afternoon as expected and very proud to see my neighbours Swisscom devising nice w2.0 tools… Thx to Scobleizer and all snowboarder friends’

  91. Great, I finally managed to catch a free invitation code before the end of the afternoon as expected and very proud to see my neighbours Swisscom devising nice w2.0 tools… Thx to Scobleizer and all snowboarder friends’

  92. I Like coComment

    At least after the initial installation. I saw mention of coComment over at Scoble’s blog but had too tough a time getting one of the posted invite codes to work. This morning, though, one was waiting in my inbox. These Swiss guys are using the same i…

  93. [...] La verdad es que, al estar cerrado y sólo permitir suscripciones vía invitaciones, no pensaba que iba a ser tan fácil probar el nuevo servicio de cocomment. Lo descubrí anoche leyendo el post de Robert Scoble y esta mañana en el mismo post publicaban varias invitaciones y una de ellas me ha funcionado a la perfección. [...]

  94. Just signed up.

    CoComment has one of those cloud mashups of blogs that people are commenting on – seems that this is the #1 followed by the techcrunch article.

    I submitted my email yesterday and found an invite code this morning – have they started to just send out codes to all who ask or are they being more selective?

  95. Just signed up.

    CoComment has one of those cloud mashups of blogs that people are commenting on – seems that this is the #1 followed by the techcrunch article.

    I submitted my email yesterday and found an invite code this morning – have they started to just send out codes to all who ask or are they being more selective?

  96. One thing that’s missing, IMHO, is the ability to register your comments with several IDs. I’d like to have my personal ID, but also define it as part of a group ebiquity ID. We could put code to link the ebiquity group ID comments on our ebiquity group blog.

  97. One thing that’s missing, IMHO, is the ability to register your comments with several IDs. I’d like to have my personal ID, but also define it as part of a group ebiquity ID. We could put code to link the ebiquity group ID comments on our ebiquity group blog.

  98. Why can’t comments be crawled just like blog posts? Just look around for the same name/URL combinations and create a page/feed. It seems a bit simpler than a bookmarklet…

  99. Why can’t comments be crawled just like blog posts? Just look around for the same name/URL combinations and create a page/feed. It seems a bit simpler than a bookmarklet…

  100. [...] ארינגטון, סקובל ורימס כותבים על CoComments שירות מעקב אחרי התגובות שמשאירים משתמשים בבלוגים. לחיצה על Bookmarklet קטנה לאחר השארת תגובה בבלוג, תעביר את תוכן התגובה לדף התגובות האישי של המשתמש, ותאפשר לו לעקוב שם אחרי תגובות שהושארו לתגובה שלו. אותו משתמש יכול גם לעקוב אחר התגובות לתגובות שלו ב-RSS, ובעתיד גם בדרכים נוספות. את רשימת התגובות הוא יכול גם לייבא בתיבה קטנה לבלוג שלו. [...]

  101. Love this implementation. Hope they expand soon to include Flickr, Digg, Slashdot, Metafilter, and other big watercooler-type discussion sites.

  102. Love this implementation. Hope they expand soon to include Flickr, Digg, Slashdot, Metafilter, and other big watercooler-type discussion sites.

  103. It seems (to me at least) that the ones who reply to you need to be CoComment users to get comment to show up as a response on the CoComment tracking. Even so at the least you get a list of all the places you left a comment.

    And I second Bill; I would like to see Digg, Slashdot, Metafilter, and the rest supported as well.

  104. It seems (to me at least) that the ones who reply to you need to be CoComment users to get comment to show up as a response on the CoComment tracking. Even so at the least you get a list of all the places you left a comment.

    And I second Bill; I would like to see Digg, Slashdot, Metafilter, and the rest supported as well.

  105. CoComment Gets Half the Job Down

    Okay, I track blogs. I always have. It’s not a big deal, it’s part of PR and what I hope to convey to others in the industry and the agency life – that it’s not just enough to be tracking the media, but you need to get your Pubsub / Technorati / Blo…

  106. Lets hope CoComment fairs better than Gravatar – I’ve been trying for six months to sign up for that, and I still can’t get it’s servers to send me an email… and it doesn’t seem I’m the only one…

  107. Lets hope CoComment fairs better than Gravatar – I’ve been trying for six months to sign up for that, and I still can’t get it’s servers to send me an email… and it doesn’t seem I’m the only one…

  108. So, it seems that only those replies from fellow coCommenters are going to show in our ‘Conversations’? Let us hope this thing really takes off, lest it be merely a personal bookmarking service, and not the ‘fluent’, great leap forward in Web 2.0 ‘conversation’. A terrific and encouraging start, but will only be as good as its uptake given that limitation. The availability of an RSS feed of said Conversations page is an excellent feature, though.

  109. So, it seems that only those replies from fellow coCommenters are going to show in our ‘Conversations’? Let us hope this thing really takes off, lest it be merely a personal bookmarking service, and not the ‘fluent’, great leap forward in Web 2.0 ‘conversation’. A terrific and encouraging start, but will only be as good as its uptake given that limitation. The availability of an RSS feed of said Conversations page is an excellent feature, though.

  110. Oh, and far be it from me to use this as a test forum, but rather ironically, the coComment bookmarklet doesn’t seem to be working for me (yet to see anything to say that my last comment was captured). Any chance the NoScript Firefox plugin can hinder its use?

  111. Oh, and far be it from me to use this as a test forum, but rather ironically, the coComment bookmarklet doesn’t seem to be working for me (yet to see anything to say that my last comment was captured). Any chance the NoScript Firefox plugin can hinder its use?

  112. But, this is only useful if everyone else uses it – and hence it’s doomed to fail. What they should have done is track comments from anyone and let cocomment users know – not just track comments by other cocomment users. I suppose they think that this will speed adoption, but no-one likes being forced to use a service. Better to make it useful on day 1, and wait for word to spread.

  113. But, this is only useful if everyone else uses it – and hence it’s doomed to fail. What they should have done is track comments from anyone and let cocomment users know – not just track comments by other cocomment users. I suppose they think that this will speed adoption, but no-one likes being forced to use a service. Better to make it useful on day 1, and wait for word to spread.

  114. @James&Jasone: “this is only useful if everyone else uses it”

    I don’t think you quite get the concept, it tracks YOUR comments, and alerts you to comments others make in the same thread, and allows you to share YOUR comments via RSS etc.

    So it’s useful the moment you start using it. In fact, its my new favorite webservice.

  115. @James&Jasone: “this is only useful if everyone else uses it”

    I don’t think you quite get the concept, it tracks YOUR comments, and alerts you to comments others make in the same thread, and allows you to share YOUR comments via RSS etc.

    So it’s useful the moment you start using it. In fact, its my new favorite webservice.

  116. [...] Without doubt, the hottest thing EVERYWHERE now is CoComment. You’ve not yet heard of it, I’m surprised! Everybody and I mean everybody is enjoying CoComment and already it is being hailed as the biggest web 2.0 innovation of this year. Scobleizer, TechCrunch, BlogHerald, Problogger and half the other bloggers in Town are enjoying it and it’s striking Memeorandum, Blogniscent and many other tech news sites. CoComment is owned and run by the Swiss Innovation Company – SwissCom [...]

  117. As an FYI to those looking for coComment invite codes. I went to the web site and simply put in my email address to be notified when the service became more available to the public and almost immediately I had an invite code in my inbox.

    I can’t wait to start trying it….oh yeah, I am right now.

  118. As an FYI to those looking for coComment invite codes. I went to the web site and simply put in my email address to be notified when the service became more available to the public and almost immediately I had an invite code in my inbox.

    I can’t wait to start trying it….oh yeah, I am right now.

  119. Jasone: My bad, should’ve read the FAQ.

    I just saw comments popping up left and right and assumed they were just ‘scraping’ the page or something to catch replies. I didn’t realise this many people were already invited. Then again, I coulda known by the amount of time it took to get my code.

    hmmm.
    I know: just sign everyone up! ;)

  120. Jasone: My bad, should’ve read the FAQ.

    I just saw comments popping up left and right and assumed they were just ‘scraping’ the page or something to catch replies. I didn’t realise this many people were already invited. Then again, I coulda known by the amount of time it took to get my code.

    hmmm.
    I know: just sign everyone up! ;)

  121. [...] Scoble posts about a new service called CoComment that lets you keep track of all the comments that you make on other blogs that you read, and any other responses that may follow. It’s a great idea. I tend to lose track of comments that I leave sometimes, and this looks like a nice way to have one single, centralized place to keep track of all of them and follow up if necessary. [...]

  122. [...] Without doubt, the hottest thing EVERYWHERE now is CoComment. You’ve not yet heard of it, I’m surprised! Everybody and I mean everybody is enjoying CoComment and already it is being hailed as the biggest web 2.0 innovation of this year. Scobleizer, TechCrunch, BlogHerald, Problogger and half the other bloggers in Town are enjoying it and it’s striking Memeorandum, Blogniscent and many other tech news sites. CoComment is owned and run by the Swiss Innovation Company – SwissCom [...]

  123. I got an invitation code by signing up for the beta at the coComment site. The email with the code arrived the following day (Monday).

  124. I got an invitation code by signing up for the beta at the coComment site. The email with the code arrived the following day (Monday).

  125. [...] Я обычно осторожен в восторгах, но этот новый сервис обещает быть достаточно полезным для всех, кто пишет комментарии куда бы то ни было: в блоги, в форумы и т.п. Сервис называется CoComment и я изначально подсмотрел про них у Скобла, который пишет, что ребята пока в закрытой бете. [...]

  126. I’m currently in the beat, and it’s a pretty nice thing. If I was a more active commenter I could definitely see the benefits of this, but as of now it’s got more novelty value than anything.

  127. I’m currently in the beat, and it’s a pretty nice thing. If I was a more active commenter I could definitely see the benefits of this, but as of now it’s got more novelty value than anything.

  128. Haarball: you might see it makes you a more active commenter once you start using it. If you track your comments, you’re suddenly motivated to

    a) reply to what was replied to your comments
    b) comment more liberally because it doesn’t get lost

  129. Haarball: you might see it makes you a more active commenter once you start using it. If you track your comments, you’re suddenly motivated to

    a) reply to what was replied to your comments
    b) comment more liberally because it doesn’t get lost

  130. You’re right on both accounts, Steph – I’m actually actively looking for stuff to post on now.

    Although that’s partly cause I’d like to get onto the top 10 which in turn will do some good for my blog.

  131. You’re right on both accounts, Steph – I’m actually actively looking for stuff to post on now.

    Although that’s partly cause I’d like to get onto the top 10 which in turn will do some good for my blog.

  132. Haarball: I’m not sure being in the top ten will really do things for your blog. Your coComment ID isn’t linked to your blog, unless of course you comment like mad on your blog…

  133. Haarball: I’m not sure being in the top ten will really do things for your blog. Your coComment ID isn’t linked to your blog, unless of course you comment like mad on your blog…

  134. I found that you can easily receive your own invitation code by leaving your e-mail address in the dialog on the coComment home page.

    I also found that the protocol is pretty sensitive to cookie settings, so I am using the successful entry of this post as demonstration that I got it working. I am blogging this, of course …

  135. I found that you can easily receive your own invitation code by leaving your e-mail address in the dialog on the coComment home page.

    I also found that the protocol is pretty sensitive to cookie settings, so I am using the successful entry of this post as demonstration that I got it working. I am blogging this, of course …

  136. According to a post on the coComment Team Blog (http://www.cocomment.com/teamblog/?p=22), they’ve stopped sending out invitations until they address some performance and scaling issues.

    Ansgar: You need to go to the site and simply deposit your e-mail address in the dialog box toward the lower right. They have been pretty quick to provide invitation codes in response to those.

    I don’t recall seeing an invite-a-friend arrangement.

  137. According to a post on the coComment Team Blog (http://www.cocomment.com/teamblog/?p=22), they’ve stopped sending out invitations until they address some performance and scaling issues.

    Ansgar: You need to go to the site and simply deposit your e-mail address in the dialog box toward the lower right. They have been pretty quick to provide invitation codes in response to those.

    I don’t recall seeing an invite-a-friend arrangement.

  138. [...] I really like coComment. It makes it easier for me to track my comments, and I have been using it for a little more than a week thanks to these posts. The problem I have with commenting is that it takes me away from being able to scan things. In order to follow conversations, I would need to remember to visit the site again. That was just a nuisance. I now no longer need to visit sites independently to follow the conversation, as I can merely go to coComment and see all of my various comments. It is still not quite complete–Blogger blogs that use Haloscan do not work with it as of this writing. Nonetheless, I like it since it allows me to continue to exist from within the confines of my aggregator. Go sign up for it! [...]

  139. Linking the conversational threads

    What many people don’t appreciate about blogging is that its power comes from how blogs are interlinked, not the blogs on their won. Individual blogs can be interesting. However it is the linking and commenting on other bloggers’ posts and…

  140. [...] Enter CoComment, another one of the closed beta-du-jours, a site that aims to do it for you (and track popular conversations, vis-a-vis popular posts). You read a few of the comments (Solution Watch, Tech Crunch, Scoble): it’s going to be “HUGGEEE!!”, everyone needs it, filling a void, it’s a simple idea that will work. [...]

  141. [...] coComment is another one of the closed beta-du-jours, a site that aims to do it for you (and track popular conversations, vis-a-vis popular posts). You read a few of the comments (Solution Watch, Tech Crunch, Scoble) and it sounds like the second coming of sliced bread: it’s going to be “HUGGEEE!!”, everyone needs it, filling a void, it’s a simple idea that will work. [...]

  142. [...] 4. I blogged about my four main disappointments with coComments. The response I received for that article were interesting in that some experienced instant gratification (everything worked), while others were miffed like me. A fellow blogger, Stephanie Booth, gave workarounds and explained that coComment was released too early. Apparently Robert Scoble got first wind of it at the LIFT conference in Switzerland and blogged about it. The rest was history. See a coComment developer explaining the situation. [...]

  143. coComment SUCKS. Restricted to only other comments made with a coComment account?
    No thank you, I’ll stick to scrapers and comment RSS feeds myself, or any other subscription scheme, THANKS.

  144. coComment SUCKS. Restricted to only other comments made with a coComment account?
    No thank you, I’ll stick to scrapers and comment RSS feeds myself, or any other subscription scheme, THANKS.

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    Nokia 5140 85$
    Nokia 6610i 120$
    Nokia 7200 133$
    Nokia 6230 145$
    Nokia 6820 120$
    Nokia 7600 105$
    Nokia 6600 120$
    Nokia 6800 105$
    Nokia 6220 120$
    Nokia 6620 120$
    Nokia 7250i 65$
    Nokia 8910i 120$
    Nokia 6100 95$
    SAMSUNG D600 155$
    SAMSUNG P860 165$
    SAMSUNG P850
    sidekick 1 $110
    sidekick 2 $100
    Sony Ericsson K500i…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson P800……200 USD
    Sony Ericsson P900……260 USD
    Sony Ericsson P910i…..270 USD
    Sony Ericsson T230……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T310……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T610……100 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z1010…..180 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z200……90 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z600……130 USD
    Sony Ericssson T630…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson S700i…..170 USD
    Sony Ericsson S750i…..170 USD
    9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    Motorola A388C……170 USD
    Motorola A760…….250 USD
    Motorola A768…….260 USD
    Motorola A768i……200 USD
    Motorola A780…….290 USD
    Motorola C550…….90 USD
    Motorola C650…….100 USD
    Motorola E365…….100 USD
    Motorola E398…….120 USD
    Motorola E680…….240 USD
    Motorola RAZR V3….270 USD
    Motorola V220…….170 USD
    Motorola V303…….100 USD
    Motorola V400…….150 USD
    Motorola V500…….150 USD
    Motorola V501…….200 USD
    Motorola V525…….150 USD
    Motorola V600 (OEM) w/ Bluetooth Headset..260 USD
    Motorola V600 OEM…180 USD
    Motorola V690…..170 USD
    Motorola V750…..180 USD
    Motorola V80……200 USD
    Motorola V80 with Bluetooth…260 USD
    Motorola V872…..200 USD
    Motorola V878….180 USD
    Motorola V300….150 USD
    Samsung D500…240 USD
    Samsung E600…140 USD
    Samsung E800…180 USD
    Samsung P510…120 USD
    Samsung SGH-D410.200 USD
    Samsung SGH-D500..270 USD
    Samsung SGH-E700..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-E715..170 USD
    Samsung SGH-P100..130 USD
    Samsung SGH-P400..95 USD
    Samsung SGH-P408..240 USD
    Samsung SGH-P730..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-S200..90 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300..70 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300M..100 USD
    Samsung SGH-S500…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-V200…110 USD
    Samsung SGH-X400…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X430…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X600…100 USD
    Samsung X450…….100 USD

    ipods

    Apple iPod from hp 40GB = USD$150
    Apple iPod from HP 20GB = USD$120
    Apple iPod U2 Special Edition 20GB = USD$130
    HP Apple iPod / 40GB / Click Wheel / MP3 Player = USD$170
    Apple iPod MP3 Player, 20gb = USD$115
    Apple iPod Shuffle1GB MP3 Player = USD$85
    Apple iPod for Windows – Digital player – 10GB Hard Drive = USD$130
    Apple iPod 40GB 3rd Gen M9245LL/A A1040 = USD$140
    Hewlett Packard Apple iPod from HP 20GB With Click Wheel = USD$95
    Apple Ipod 20GB 4th Generation = USD$130
    APPLE iPod mini Player 4G Light Blue Model M9802ZP/A = USD$93
    Kingston Apple iPod from hp 40GB with Click Wheel = USD$140
    iPod Mini 6GB = USD$145
    iPod 60GB = USD$170
    iPod Mini 4GB = USD$105
    Apple iPod shuffle (512 MB – M9724LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$80
    Apple iPod mini Green Second Gen. (4 GB – M9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110.

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    mp3 player
    Mp3 Player Price List
    iRiver IFP-790T MP3 Player = $80
    H10 6GB MP3 Player = $120
    Sonic Impact Technologies 512MB MP3 Player w/ Flash Drive & Voice = $85
    iriver H10 5GB MP3 Player, Gray = $110
    YP-MT6X Yepp 512MB Portable Compact Digital Music MP3 Player = $70
    Zen Micro 5 GB MP3 Player – Dark Blue [ Creative Labs = $100
    iRiver 5 GB MP3 Player (Silver) = $110
    Creative Labs NOMAD Jukebox Zen Xtra 30 GB MP3 Player = $90
    Sony MZ-NH600D 1GB MP3 Player Hi-MD Walkman Digital Music Player = $90
    Network Walkman NW-HD1 20GB MP3 Player = $150
    Cowon iAudio X5 20GB MP3 Player = $110
    Digital Audio Players from Motorola: Audio MP3 Players, Digital = $70
    Gigabeat Meg-F60S 60GB MP3 Player – Gray = $155
    Sony 1GB Personal MP3 Player, Network Walkman = $100
    Creative Zen Micro 6GB MP3 Player (red) = $125

    laptops
    SONY VAIO A217S– 100GB– 512MB RAM– XP HOME————-$300
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO————–$330
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————-$200
    SONY VAIO A215Z 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP——————$2450
    SONY VAIO A397XP– 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————-$300
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$250
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$400
    SONY VAIO FS295VP 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$350
    SONY VAIO FS215Z 100GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$350
    SONY VAIO A417M 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————–$450
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO————-$200
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO———-$400
    SONY VAIO LAPTOP– VGN-A117S—————$400
    phones
    Nokia N91 220$
    Nokia 6060 145$
    Nokia 6111 132$
    Nokia 6270 125$
    Nokia 6270 115$
    Nokia 6280 125$
    Nokia N90 115$
    Nokia N70 115$
    Nokia Vertu 155$
    Nokia 5140i 125$
    Nokia 6230i 115$
    Nokia 8800 105$
    Nokia 6021 105$
    Nokia 6030 115$
    Nokia 6680 125$
    Nokia 6681 120$
    Nokia 6101 110$
    Nokia 6822 110$
    Nokia 7710 110$
    Nokia 6170 145$
    Nokia 6260 145$
    Nokia 3510i 95$
    Nokia 6630 120$
    Nokia 9300 110$
    Nokia 7260 120$
    Nokia 7270 110$
    Nokia 7280 120$
    Nokia 6670 110$
    Nokia 6020 120$
    Nokia 3220 65$
    Nokia N-GAGE QD 75$
    Nokia 7610 120$
    Nokia 9500 145$
    Nokia 5140 85$
    Nokia 6610i 120$
    Nokia 7200 133$
    Nokia 6230 145$
    Nokia 6820 120$
    Nokia 7600 105$
    Nokia 6600 120$
    Nokia 6800 105$
    Nokia 6220 120$
    Nokia 6620 120$
    Nokia 7250i 65$
    Nokia 8910i 120$
    Nokia 6100 95$
    SAMSUNG D600 155$
    SAMSUNG P860 165$
    SAMSUNG P850
    sidekick 1 $110
    sidekick 2 $100
    Sony Ericsson K500i…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson P800……200 USD
    Sony Ericsson P900……260 USD
    Sony Ericsson P910i…..270 USD
    Sony Ericsson T230……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T310……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T610……100 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z1010…..180 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z200……90 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z600……130 USD
    Sony Ericssson T630…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson S700i…..170 USD
    Sony Ericsson S750i…..170 USD
    9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    Motorola A388C……170 USD
    Motorola A760…….250 USD
    Motorola A768…….260 USD
    Motorola A768i……200 USD
    Motorola A780…….290 USD
    Motorola C550…….90 USD
    Motorola C650…….100 USD
    Motorola E365…….100 USD
    Motorola E398…….120 USD
    Motorola E680…….240 USD
    Motorola RAZR V3….270 USD
    Motorola V220…….170 USD
    Motorola V303…….100 USD
    Motorola V400…….150 USD
    Motorola V500…….150 USD
    Motorola V501…….200 USD
    Motorola V525…….150 USD
    Motorola V600 (OEM) w/ Bluetooth Headset..260 USD
    Motorola V600 OEM…180 USD
    Motorola V690…..170 USD
    Motorola V750…..180 USD
    Motorola V80……200 USD
    Motorola V80 with Bluetooth…260 USD
    Motorola V872…..200 USD
    Motorola V878….180 USD
    Motorola V300….150 USD
    Samsung D500…240 USD
    Samsung E600…140 USD
    Samsung E800…180 USD
    Samsung P510…120 USD
    Samsung SGH-D410.200 USD
    Samsung SGH-D500..270 USD
    Samsung SGH-E700..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-E715..170 USD
    Samsung SGH-P100..130 USD
    Samsung SGH-P400..95 USD
    Samsung SGH-P408..240 USD
    Samsung SGH-P730..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-S200..90 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300..70 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300M..100 USD
    Samsung SGH-S500…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-V200…110 USD
    Samsung SGH-X400…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X430…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X600…100 USD
    Samsung X450…….100 USD
    ipods
    Apple iPod from hp 40GB = USD$150 Apple iPod from HP 20GB = USD$120 Apple iPod U2 Special Edition 20GB = USD$130 HP Apple iPod / 40GB / Click Wheel / MP3 Player = USD$170 Apple iPod MP3 Player, 20gb = USD$115 Apple iPod Shuffle1GB MP3 Player = USD$85 Apple iPod for Windows – Digital player – 10GB Hard Drive = USD$130 Apple iPod 40GB 3rd Gen M9245LL/A A1040 = USD$140 Hewlett Packard Apple iPod from HP 20GB With Click Wheel = USD$95 Apple Ipod 20GB 4th Generation = USD$130 APPLE iPod mini Player 4G Light Blue Model M9802ZP/A = USD$93 Kingston Apple iPod from hp 40GB with Click Wheel = USD$140 iPod Mini 6GB = USD$145 iPod 60GB = USD$170 iPod Mini 4GB = USD$105 Apple iPod shuffle (512 MB – M9724LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$80 Apple iPod mini Green Second Gen. (4 GB – M9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    (allanfemistoreinc1@yahoo.com)

  149. Hello buyers.
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    thanks for you inquiry.view our sight http://WWW.WHOLESALEELECTRONICS.COM
    Best regard
    allan femi

    mp3 player
    Mp3 Player Price List
    iRiver IFP-790T MP3 Player = $80
    H10 6GB MP3 Player = $120
    Sonic Impact Technologies 512MB MP3 Player w/ Flash Drive & Voice = $85
    iriver H10 5GB MP3 Player, Gray = $110
    YP-MT6X Yepp 512MB Portable Compact Digital Music MP3 Player = $70
    Zen Micro 5 GB MP3 Player – Dark Blue [ Creative Labs = $100
    iRiver 5 GB MP3 Player (Silver) = $110
    Creative Labs NOMAD Jukebox Zen Xtra 30 GB MP3 Player = $90
    Sony MZ-NH600D 1GB MP3 Player Hi-MD Walkman Digital Music Player = $90
    Network Walkman NW-HD1 20GB MP3 Player = $150
    Cowon iAudio X5 20GB MP3 Player = $110
    Digital Audio Players from Motorola: Audio MP3 Players, Digital = $70
    Gigabeat Meg-F60S 60GB MP3 Player – Gray = $155
    Sony 1GB Personal MP3 Player, Network Walkman = $100
    Creative Zen Micro 6GB MP3 Player (red) = $125

    laptops
    SONY VAIO A217S– 100GB– 512MB RAM– XP HOME————-$300
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO————–$330
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————-$200
    SONY VAIO A215Z 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP——————$2450
    SONY VAIO A397XP– 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————-$300
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$250
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$400
    SONY VAIO FS295VP 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$350
    SONY VAIO FS215Z 100GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$350
    SONY VAIO A417M 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————–$450
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO————-$200
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO———-$400
    SONY VAIO LAPTOP– VGN-A117S—————$400
    phones
    Nokia N91 220$
    Nokia 6060 145$
    Nokia 6111 132$
    Nokia 6270 125$
    Nokia 6270 115$
    Nokia 6280 125$
    Nokia N90 115$
    Nokia N70 115$
    Nokia Vertu 155$
    Nokia 5140i 125$
    Nokia 6230i 115$
    Nokia 8800 105$
    Nokia 6021 105$
    Nokia 6030 115$
    Nokia 6680 125$
    Nokia 6681 120$
    Nokia 6101 110$
    Nokia 6822 110$
    Nokia 7710 110$
    Nokia 6170 145$
    Nokia 6260 145$
    Nokia 3510i 95$
    Nokia 6630 120$
    Nokia 9300 110$
    Nokia 7260 120$
    Nokia 7270 110$
    Nokia 7280 120$
    Nokia 6670 110$
    Nokia 6020 120$
    Nokia 3220 65$
    Nokia N-GAGE QD 75$
    Nokia 7610 120$
    Nokia 9500 145$
    Nokia 5140 85$
    Nokia 6610i 120$
    Nokia 7200 133$
    Nokia 6230 145$
    Nokia 6820 120$
    Nokia 7600 105$
    Nokia 6600 120$
    Nokia 6800 105$
    Nokia 6220 120$
    Nokia 6620 120$
    Nokia 7250i 65$
    Nokia 8910i 120$
    Nokia 6100 95$
    SAMSUNG D600 155$
    SAMSUNG P860 165$
    SAMSUNG P850
    sidekick 1 $110
    sidekick 2 $100
    Sony Ericsson K500i…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson P800……200 USD
    Sony Ericsson P900……260 USD
    Sony Ericsson P910i…..270 USD
    Sony Ericsson T230……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T310……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T610……100 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z1010…..180 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z200……90 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z600……130 USD
    Sony Ericssson T630…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson S700i…..170 USD
    Sony Ericsson S750i…..170 USD
    9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    Motorola A388C……170 USD
    Motorola A760…….250 USD
    Motorola A768…….260 USD
    Motorola A768i……200 USD
    Motorola A780…….290 USD
    Motorola C550…….90 USD
    Motorola C650…….100 USD
    Motorola E365…….100 USD
    Motorola E398…….120 USD
    Motorola E680…….240 USD
    Motorola RAZR V3….270 USD
    Motorola V220…….170 USD
    Motorola V303…….100 USD
    Motorola V400…….150 USD
    Motorola V500…….150 USD
    Motorola V501…….200 USD
    Motorola V525…….150 USD
    Motorola V600 (OEM) w/ Bluetooth Headset..260 USD
    Motorola V600 OEM…180 USD
    Motorola V690…..170 USD
    Motorola V750…..180 USD
    Motorola V80……200 USD
    Motorola V80 with Bluetooth…260 USD
    Motorola V872…..200 USD
    Motorola V878….180 USD
    Motorola V300….150 USD
    Samsung D500…240 USD
    Samsung E600…140 USD
    Samsung E800…180 USD
    Samsung P510…120 USD
    Samsung SGH-D410.200 USD
    Samsung SGH-D500..270 USD
    Samsung SGH-E700..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-E715..170 USD
    Samsung SGH-P100..130 USD
    Samsung SGH-P400..95 USD
    Samsung SGH-P408..240 USD
    Samsung SGH-P730..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-S200..90 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300..70 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300M..100 USD
    Samsung SGH-S500…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-V200…110 USD
    Samsung SGH-X400…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X430…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X600…100 USD
    Samsung X450…….100 USD
    ipods
    Apple iPod from hp 40GB = USD$150 Apple iPod from HP 20GB = USD$120 Apple iPod U2 Special Edition 20GB = USD$130 HP Apple iPod / 40GB / Click Wheel / MP3 Player = USD$170 Apple iPod MP3 Player, 20gb = USD$115 Apple iPod Shuffle1GB MP3 Player = USD$85 Apple iPod for Windows – Digital player – 10GB Hard Drive = USD$130 Apple iPod 40GB 3rd Gen M9245LL/A A1040 = USD$140 Hewlett Packard Apple iPod from HP 20GB With Click Wheel = USD$95 Apple Ipod 20GB 4th Generation = USD$130 APPLE iPod mini Player 4G Light Blue Model M9802ZP/A = USD$93 Kingston Apple iPod from hp 40GB with Click Wheel = USD$140 iPod Mini 6GB = USD$145 iPod 60GB = USD$170 iPod Mini 4GB = USD$105 Apple iPod shuffle (512 MB – M9724LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$80 Apple iPod mini Green Second Gen. (4 GB – M9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    (allanfemistoreinc1@yahoo.com)

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    thanks for you inquiry.
    Best regard
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    mp3 player
    Mp3 Player Price List
    iRiver IFP-790T MP3 Player = $80
    H10 6GB MP3 Player = $120
    Sonic Impact Technologies 512MB MP3 Player w/ Flash Drive & Voice = $85
    iriver H10 5GB MP3 Player, Gray = $110
    YP-MT6X Yepp 512MB Portable Compact Digital Music MP3 Player = $70
    Zen Micro 5 GB MP3 Player – Dark Blue [ Creative Labs = $100
    iRiver 5 GB MP3 Player (Silver) = $110
    Creative Labs NOMAD Jukebox Zen Xtra 30 GB MP3 Player = $90
    Sony MZ-NH600D 1GB MP3 Player Hi-MD Walkman Digital Music Player = $90
    Network Walkman NW-HD1 20GB MP3 Player = $150
    Cowon iAudio X5 20GB MP3 Player = $110
    Digital Audio Players from Motorola: Audio MP3 Players, Digital = $70
    Gigabeat Meg-F60S 60GB MP3 Player – Gray = $155
    Sony 1GB Personal MP3 Player, Network Walkman = $100
    Creative Zen Micro 6GB MP3 Player (red) = $125

    laptops
    SONY VAIO A217S– 100GB– 512MB RAM– XP HOME————-$300
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO————–$330
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————-$200
    SONY VAIO A215Z 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP——————$2450
    SONY VAIO A397XP– 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————-$300
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$250
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$400
    SONY VAIO FS295VP 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$350
    SONY VAIO FS215Z 100GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$350
    SONY VAIO A417M 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————–$450
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO————-$200
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO———-$400
    SONY VAIO LAPTOP– VGN-A117S—————$400
    phones
    Nokia N91 220$
    Nokia 6060 145$
    Nokia 6111 132$
    Nokia 6270 125$
    Nokia 6270 115$
    Nokia 6280 125$
    Nokia N90 115$
    Nokia N70 115$
    Nokia Vertu 155$
    Nokia 5140i 125$
    Nokia 6230i 115$
    Nokia 8800 105$
    Nokia 6021 105$
    Nokia 6030 115$
    Nokia 6680 125$
    Nokia 6681 120$
    Nokia 6101 110$
    Nokia 6822 110$
    Nokia 7710 110$
    Nokia 6170 145$
    Nokia 6260 145$
    Nokia 3510i 95$
    Nokia 6630 120$
    Nokia 9300 110$
    Nokia 7260 120$
    Nokia 7270 110$
    Nokia 7280 120$
    Nokia 6670 110$
    Nokia 6020 120$
    Nokia 3220 65$
    Nokia N-GAGE QD 75$
    Nokia 7610 120$
    Nokia 9500 145$
    Nokia 5140 85$
    Nokia 6610i 120$
    Nokia 7200 133$
    Nokia 6230 145$
    Nokia 6820 120$
    Nokia 7600 105$
    Nokia 6600 120$
    Nokia 6800 105$
    Nokia 6220 120$
    Nokia 6620 120$
    Nokia 7250i 65$
    Nokia 8910i 120$
    Nokia 6100 95$
    SAMSUNG D600 155$
    SAMSUNG P860 165$
    SAMSUNG P850
    sidekick 1 $110
    sidekick 2 $100
    Sony Ericsson K500i…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson P800……200 USD
    Sony Ericsson P900……260 USD
    Sony Ericsson P910i…..270 USD
    Sony Ericsson T230……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T310……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T610……100 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z1010…..180 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z200……90 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z600……130 USD
    Sony Ericssson T630…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson S700i…..170 USD
    Sony Ericsson S750i…..170 USD
    9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    Motorola A388C……170 USD
    Motorola A760…….250 USD
    Motorola A768…….260 USD
    Motorola A768i……200 USD
    Motorola A780…….290 USD
    Motorola C550…….90 USD
    Motorola C650…….100 USD
    Motorola E365…….100 USD
    Motorola E398…….120 USD
    Motorola E680…….240 USD
    Motorola RAZR V3….270 USD
    Motorola V220…….170 USD
    Motorola V303…….100 USD
    Motorola V400…….150 USD
    Motorola V500…….150 USD
    Motorola V501…….200 USD
    Motorola V525…….150 USD
    Motorola V600 (OEM) w/ Bluetooth Headset..260 USD
    Motorola V600 OEM…180 USD
    Motorola V690…..170 USD
    Motorola V750…..180 USD
    Motorola V80……200 USD
    Motorola V80 with Bluetooth…260 USD
    Motorola V872…..200 USD
    Motorola V878….180 USD
    Motorola V300….150 USD
    Samsung D500…240 USD
    Samsung E600…140 USD
    Samsung E800…180 USD
    Samsung P510…120 USD
    Samsung SGH-D410.200 USD
    Samsung SGH-D500..270 USD
    Samsung SGH-E700..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-E715..170 USD
    Samsung SGH-P100..130 USD
    Samsung SGH-P400..95 USD
    Samsung SGH-P408..240 USD
    Samsung SGH-P730..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-S200..90 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300..70 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300M..100 USD
    Samsung SGH-S500…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-V200…110 USD
    Samsung SGH-X400…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X430…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X600…100 USD
    Samsung X450…….100 USD
    ipods
    Apple iPod from hp 40GB = USD$150 Apple iPod from HP 20GB = USD$120 Apple iPod U2 Special Edition 20GB = USD$130 HP Apple iPod / 40GB / Click Wheel / MP3 Player = USD$170 Apple iPod MP3 Player, 20gb = USD$115 Apple iPod Shuffle1GB MP3 Player = USD$85 Apple iPod for Windows – Digital player – 10GB Hard Drive = USD$130 Apple iPod 40GB 3rd Gen M9245LL/A A1040 = USD$140 Hewlett Packard Apple iPod from HP 20GB With Click Wheel = USD$95 Apple Ipod 20GB 4th Generation = USD$130 APPLE iPod mini Player 4G Light Blue Model M9802ZP/A = USD$93 Kingston Apple iPod from hp 40GB with Click Wheel = USD$140 iPod Mini 6GB = USD$145 iPod 60GB = USD$170 iPod Mini 4GB = USD$105 Apple iPod shuffle (512 MB – M9724LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$80 Apple iPod mini Green Second Gen. (4 GB – M9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    (georgelanre_cellcomm@yahoo.com)(+234)(8035328229)

  151. Hello buyers.
    These is george lanre store inc.I have a good news for you.I want you to buy your phones,ipod,mp3 player,laptop at a very cheap price .If you have interest mail me at (georgelanre_cellcomm@yahoo.com)or call us (+234)(8035328229).The goods price are place bellow
    thanks for you inquiry.
    Best regard
    george lanre
    mp3 player
    Mp3 Player Price List
    iRiver IFP-790T MP3 Player = $80
    H10 6GB MP3 Player = $120
    Sonic Impact Technologies 512MB MP3 Player w/ Flash Drive & Voice = $85
    iriver H10 5GB MP3 Player, Gray = $110
    YP-MT6X Yepp 512MB Portable Compact Digital Music MP3 Player = $70
    Zen Micro 5 GB MP3 Player – Dark Blue [ Creative Labs = $100
    iRiver 5 GB MP3 Player (Silver) = $110
    Creative Labs NOMAD Jukebox Zen Xtra 30 GB MP3 Player = $90
    Sony MZ-NH600D 1GB MP3 Player Hi-MD Walkman Digital Music Player = $90
    Network Walkman NW-HD1 20GB MP3 Player = $150
    Cowon iAudio X5 20GB MP3 Player = $110
    Digital Audio Players from Motorola: Audio MP3 Players, Digital = $70
    Gigabeat Meg-F60S 60GB MP3 Player – Gray = $155
    Sony 1GB Personal MP3 Player, Network Walkman = $100
    Creative Zen Micro 6GB MP3 Player (red) = $125

    laptops
    SONY VAIO A217S– 100GB– 512MB RAM– XP HOME————-$300
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO————–$330
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————-$200
    SONY VAIO A215Z 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP——————$2450
    SONY VAIO A397XP– 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————-$300
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$250
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$400
    SONY VAIO FS295VP 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$350
    SONY VAIO FS215Z 100GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————$350
    SONY VAIO A417M 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP—————–$450
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO————-$200
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO———-$400
    SONY VAIO LAPTOP– VGN-A117S—————$400
    phones
    Nokia N91 220$
    Nokia 6060 145$
    Nokia 6111 132$
    Nokia 6270 125$
    Nokia 6270 115$
    Nokia 6280 125$
    Nokia N90 115$
    Nokia N70 115$
    Nokia Vertu 155$
    Nokia 5140i 125$
    Nokia 6230i 115$
    Nokia 8800 105$
    Nokia 6021 105$
    Nokia 6030 115$
    Nokia 6680 125$
    Nokia 6681 120$
    Nokia 6101 110$
    Nokia 6822 110$
    Nokia 7710 110$
    Nokia 6170 145$
    Nokia 6260 145$
    Nokia 3510i 95$
    Nokia 6630 120$
    Nokia 9300 110$
    Nokia 7260 120$
    Nokia 7270 110$
    Nokia 7280 120$
    Nokia 6670 110$
    Nokia 6020 120$
    Nokia 3220 65$
    Nokia N-GAGE QD 75$
    Nokia 7610 120$
    Nokia 9500 145$
    Nokia 5140 85$
    Nokia 6610i 120$
    Nokia 7200 133$
    Nokia 6230 145$
    Nokia 6820 120$
    Nokia 7600 105$
    Nokia 6600 120$
    Nokia 6800 105$
    Nokia 6220 120$
    Nokia 6620 120$
    Nokia 7250i 65$
    Nokia 8910i 120$
    Nokia 6100 95$
    SAMSUNG D600 155$
    SAMSUNG P860 165$
    SAMSUNG P850
    sidekick 1 $110
    sidekick 2 $100
    Sony Ericsson K500i…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson P800……200 USD
    Sony Ericsson P900……260 USD
    Sony Ericsson P910i…..270 USD
    Sony Ericsson T230……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T310……80 USD
    Sony Ericsson T610……100 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z1010…..180 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z200……90 USD
    Sony Ericsson Z600……130 USD
    Sony Ericssson T630…..130 USD
    Sony Ericsson S700i…..170 USD
    Sony Ericsson S750i…..170 USD
    9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    Motorola A388C……170 USD
    Motorola A760…….250 USD
    Motorola A768…….260 USD
    Motorola A768i……200 USD
    Motorola A780…….290 USD
    Motorola C550…….90 USD
    Motorola C650…….100 USD
    Motorola E365…….100 USD
    Motorola E398…….120 USD
    Motorola E680…….240 USD
    Motorola RAZR V3….270 USD
    Motorola V220…….170 USD
    Motorola V303…….100 USD
    Motorola V400…….150 USD
    Motorola V500…….150 USD
    Motorola V501…….200 USD
    Motorola V525…….150 USD
    Motorola V600 (OEM) w/ Bluetooth Headset..260 USD
    Motorola V600 OEM…180 USD
    Motorola V690…..170 USD
    Motorola V750…..180 USD
    Motorola V80……200 USD
    Motorola V80 with Bluetooth…260 USD
    Motorola V872…..200 USD
    Motorola V878….180 USD
    Motorola V300….150 USD
    Samsung D500…240 USD
    Samsung E600…140 USD
    Samsung E800…180 USD
    Samsung P510…120 USD
    Samsung SGH-D410.200 USD
    Samsung SGH-D500..270 USD
    Samsung SGH-E700..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-E715..170 USD
    Samsung SGH-P100..130 USD
    Samsung SGH-P400..95 USD
    Samsung SGH-P408..240 USD
    Samsung SGH-P730..150 USD
    Samsung SGH-S200..90 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300..70 USD
    Samsung SGH-S300M..100 USD
    Samsung SGH-S500…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-V200…110 USD
    Samsung SGH-X400…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X430…100 USD
    Samsung SGH-X600…100 USD
    Samsung X450…….100 USD
    ipods
    Apple iPod from hp 40GB = USD$150 Apple iPod from HP 20GB = USD$120 Apple iPod U2 Special Edition 20GB = USD$130 HP Apple iPod / 40GB / Click Wheel / MP3 Player = USD$170 Apple iPod MP3 Player, 20gb = USD$115 Apple iPod Shuffle1GB MP3 Player = USD$85 Apple iPod for Windows – Digital player – 10GB Hard Drive = USD$130 Apple iPod 40GB 3rd Gen M9245LL/A A1040 = USD$140 Hewlett Packard Apple iPod from HP 20GB With Click Wheel = USD$95 Apple Ipod 20GB 4th Generation = USD$130 APPLE iPod mini Player 4G Light Blue Model M9802ZP/A = USD$93 Kingston Apple iPod from hp 40GB with Click Wheel = USD$140 iPod Mini 6GB = USD$145 iPod 60GB = USD$170 iPod Mini 4GB = USD$105 Apple iPod shuffle (512 MB – M9724LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$80 Apple iPod mini Green Second Gen. (4 GB – M9806LL/A) MP3 Player = USD$110
    (georgelanre_cellcomm@yahoo.com)(+234)(8035328229)

  152. Dear sir/madam,

    Email : zenithworldinc@yahoo.com

    NEW GSM PHONES/PDA – UNBEATABLE PRICES WE ARE CERTIFIED WHOLESALERS OF
    VARIOUS GSM MOBILE PHONES AT VERY AFFORDABLE PRICES ATTACH IS OUR VERY
    CURRENT PRICE LIST OF GSM PHONES FOR YOURREFERENCE ALL PHONES/PDA ARE
    BRAND NEW SIM FREE/OPEN LINES/UNLOCK.
    We are sidekick phones wholesalers and we do sale in pieces to enhance
    our sales. We deals on all kinds of Sidekick
    this medium to reach interested buyers of sidekicks.Do kindly reply
    back if you are interested. THE KINDS OF SIDEKICKS ARE LISTED
    BELOW:
    1996 Transfer Case: Sidekick 1996, and 1997 automatic….$140 usd
    Sidekick Basic Kit…………………………………$150 usd
    Sidekick II T-Mobile Cell Phone with Color Screen……..$130 usd
    T-Mobile Sidekick 2 Danger Cell Phone………………..$130 usd
    T-Mobile Sidekick II TMO to Go Prepaid Phone………….$140 usd
    Mobile Sidekick II…………………………………$110 usd
    ProTop 2 Piece Hardtop Suzuki Vitara / Chevy Tracker…..$150 usd
    Protop 2 Piece Hardtop for Sidekick / Tracker ………..$160 usd
    Original Extended Carbox Package 1989-1998……………$140 usd
    Original Extended Carbox Sidekick/Tracker 2 &…………$130 usd
    T-Mobile Sidekick 2 Danger Cell Phone………………..$130 usd
    SIDEKICK 3 for just………………………………$160 usd
    AND MANY MORE OF CHOICES……………………………

    WE PROVIDE A GOOD AND FAST SERVICES, OUR SHIPPMENT IS WITHIN
    48HRS.contact us :zenithworldinc@yahoo.com

    THANKS,
    REGARDS,
    MANAGEMENT.

  153. Dear sir/madam,

    Email : zenithworldinc@yahoo.com

    NEW GSM PHONES/PDA – UNBEATABLE PRICES WE ARE CERTIFIED WHOLESALERS OF
    VARIOUS GSM MOBILE PHONES AT VERY AFFORDABLE PRICES ATTACH IS OUR VERY
    CURRENT PRICE LIST OF GSM PHONES FOR YOURREFERENCE ALL PHONES/PDA ARE
    BRAND NEW SIM FREE/OPEN LINES/UNLOCK.
    We are sidekick phones wholesalers and we do sale in pieces to enhance
    our sales. We deals on all kinds of Sidekick
    this medium to reach interested buyers of sidekicks.Do kindly reply
    back if you are interested. THE KINDS OF SIDEKICKS ARE LISTED
    BELOW:
    1996 Transfer Case: Sidekick 1996, and 1997 automatic….$140 usd
    Sidekick Basic Kit…………………………………$150 usd
    Sidekick II T-Mobile Cell Phone with Color Screen……..$130 usd
    T-Mobile Sidekick 2 Danger Cell Phone………………..$130 usd
    T-Mobile Sidekick II TMO to Go Prepaid Phone………….$140 usd
    Mobile Sidekick II…………………………………$110 usd
    ProTop 2 Piece Hardtop Suzuki Vitara / Chevy Tracker…..$150 usd
    Protop 2 Piece Hardtop for Sidekick / Tracker ………..$160 usd
    Original Extended Carbox Package 1989-1998……………$140 usd
    Original Extended Carbox Sidekick/Tracker 2 &…………$130 usd
    T-Mobile Sidekick 2 Danger Cell Phone………………..$130 usd
    SIDEKICK 3 for just………………………………$160 usd
    AND MANY MORE OF CHOICES……………………………

    WE PROVIDE A GOOD AND FAST SERVICES, OUR SHIPPMENT IS WITHIN
    48HRS.contact us :zenithworldinc@yahoo.com

    THANKS,
    REGARDS,
    MANAGEMENT.

  154. VxJasonxV – if you dig a bit more now you’ll realise this problem is gone on most blogs! Now works for non-coComments in many cases.

    coComments rocks!

  155. VxJasonxV – if you dig a bit more now you’ll realise this problem is gone on most blogs! Now works for non-coComments in many cases.

    coComments rocks!

  156. cocomment: Diskussionsverfolgung in Blogs

    Wer häufig in Blogs kommentiert, kennt das Problem: Man verliert die Diskussionen aus den Augen, da man nicht immer wieder alle Seiten aufrufen kann, auf denen man kommentiert hat. Mit den eMail-Benachrichtungen bei einem neuen Kommentar kann das Prob…

  157. Testing the brand new coComment spider… It should retrieve all comments from this conversation even if they haven’t been made by coComment users. Test, one two one two

  158. Testing the brand new coComment spider… It should retrieve all comments from this conversation even if they haven’t been made by coComment users. Test, one two one two

  159. At last, a way to track blog comments

    If you’re like me (and I know I am), you travel around the blogosphere reading different posts on blogs and adding your thoughtful comments here and there – and again, if you’re like me, you often forget what you said or where. As a result,…

  160. Yeah, cocomment remains awesome. I haven’t tried out co.mment or whatever its called.

    Is cocomment now scraping tracked conversations? It seems several threads on my page have suddenly filled up a lot.

    Also: 223rd post!

  161. Yeah, cocomment remains awesome. I haven’t tried out co.mment or whatever its called.

    Is cocomment now scraping tracked conversations? It seems several threads on my page have suddenly filled up a lot.

    Also: 223rd post!

  162. That site seems very useful, hope it doesn’t get too bogged down with users! and poster 214 is a crazy spammer.

  163. That site seems very useful, hope it doesn’t get too bogged down with users! and poster 214 is a crazy spammer.

  164. Yeah – it now scrapes a lot of the different blogtypes although it seems a bit hit and miss on wordpress blogs still.

    I get a whole lot of threads compiling into one called Rconverstations ;-)

  165. Yeah – it now scrapes a lot of the different blogtypes although it seems a bit hit and miss on wordpress blogs still.

    I get a whole lot of threads compiling into one called Rconverstations ;-)

  166. [...] Which brings us to the subject of this posting: I’ve recently come across Cocomment, a neat tool that allows users to keep track of both conversations they are following and responses to comments they have made. It’s a good idea well executed. A number of people, including Robert Scobie, Michael Arrington (with some reservations) and Marshall Kirkpatrick, have already expressed enthusiasm about Cocomment. For me though, the most exciting thing is Cocomment’s potential as a component in a much wider conversational subsystem. There is clear synergy with some of the things that Calico Jack has recently been working on. Leaving aside some reservations about data location, I can see Cocomment having an important role in a new generation of dynamic social networking applications. [...]

  167. [...] Ich habe ja hier schon über coComment berichtet. Seither habe ich coComment eine Zeit lang benutzt, aber so richtig überzeugen konnte mich der Service nicht (obwohl ich von der Value Proposition grundsätzlich überzeugt bin). Bei wichtigen Kommentaren abonniere ich inzwischen einfach die Folgekommentare. Da zahlreiche Blogs diese Funktion bieten, reicht mir das eigentlich. Für "richtige" Diskussionen kann man ja Foren benutzen, denn dafür sind Blogs meines Erachtens ohnehin nicht so gut geeignet. Und offenbar bin ich nicht der Einzige, der das so gemacht hat, denn der Traffic scheint seit dem Blitzstart beim Scobleizer im Februar 2006 relativ konstant geblieben zu sein (falls uns Alexa keinen Streich spielt). [...]

  168. La verdad es que, al estar cerrado y sólo permitir suscripciones vía invitaciones, no pensaba que iba a ser tan fácil probar el nuevo servicio de cocomment. Lo descubrí anoche leyendo el post de Robert Scoble y esta mañana en el mismo post publicaban varias invitaciones y una de ellas me ha funcionado a la perfección.

  169. La verdad es que, al estar cerrado y sólo permitir suscripciones vía invitaciones, no pensaba que iba a ser tan fácil probar el nuevo servicio de cocomment. Lo descubrí anoche leyendo el post de Robert Scoble y esta mañana en el mismo post publicaban varias invitaciones y una de ellas me ha funcionado a la perfección.

  170. I’m looking at this, and you’re right. Half the time…let me correct that, 3/4 of the time you don’t get to go back and see who said what about your comments. Something to track them would be hugely beneficial.

  171. I’m looking at this, and you’re right. Half the time…let me correct that, 3/4 of the time you don’t get to go back and see who said what about your comments. Something to track them would be hugely beneficial.