I’m testing out CoComment

CoComment CEO Matt Colebourne

I’m now signed into CoComment in preparation for the launch of the service on Monday. My username is: RobertScoble. It’ll be interesting to see how the new version works — they are turning on a ton of new features, CEO Matt Colebourne told me at the Satisfactory party on Thursday. That’s a photo of Matt included on this post. I’m off to comment on some other people’s blogs and I’ll let you know how it goes. This service has come a long way since I broke the story about the first version from a Swiss Chalet.

While I’m here I’m including some code to claim my link blog over on Technorati.

Technorati Profile

Comments

  1. Amazing, isnt it?

    We are all still looking for that one company that can centralise the management of signing up and handling our data across multiple blogs, social networks and communities. coComment comes along and tackles the problem from utterly the other end of the scale and now I can centralise my comments and ideas as I post them.

    ive just added coComment to my new blog ( above ) and I have grabbed the plugin for firefox.

    Its yet another feed to grab into my rss and I think grabbing yours and other comments on blogs is yet another thing to add to my google reader.

    thanks.

  2. Amazing, isnt it?

    We are all still looking for that one company that can centralise the management of signing up and handling our data across multiple blogs, social networks and communities. coComment comes along and tackles the problem from utterly the other end of the scale and now I can centralise my comments and ideas as I post them.

    ive just added coComment to my new blog ( above ) and I have grabbed the plugin for firefox.

    Its yet another feed to grab into my rss and I think grabbing yours and other comments on blogs is yet another thing to add to my google reader.

    thanks.

  3. I’m using CoComment for a while now and I really enjoy it. I am sad when blogs I comment on don’t let you use it.

    A great way to keep your comments and follow the articles you liked.

  4. I’m using CoComment for a while now and I really enjoy it. I am sad when blogs I comment on don’t let you use it.

    A great way to keep your comments and follow the articles you liked.

  5. I signed in, too. I’m hardaway. But once again it crashed Firefox for me. And in Flock I’m signed in as beta tester. And I didn’t claim my link blog, for which I thank you for the reminder.

  6. I signed in, too. I’m hardaway. But once again it crashed Firefox for me. And in Flock I’m signed in as beta tester. And I didn’t claim my link blog, for which I thank you for the reminder.

  7. After reading through your ‘calcanis asks deep questions’ post, I came to your link to coComments, and headed right over to install it. It seems a bit hairy over there, but I’m really hoping that it flies.
    I was going to post a link to your post today, and now I just did. :)
    Discovering that one’s ‘comment & conversation following’ were an actual blog/location was something that makes me both optimistic and wary, because of the potential of just too much more clutter, but we won’t know until we try it. Let’s hope that clutter potential, if it takes off, is dealt with as well (if not as narrowly) as it is on Technorati.
    I’ll also add here that it didn’t occur to me, until I saw your RSS link above, to add a feed address, even after I saw my coComment blog appear on Technorati. (My excuse is …that it was late at night.)

    Vera

  8. After reading through your ‘calcanis asks deep questions’ post, I came to your link to coComments, and headed right over to install it. It seems a bit hairy over there, but I’m really hoping that it flies.
    I was going to post a link to your post today, and now I just did. :)
    Discovering that one’s ‘comment & conversation following’ were an actual blog/location was something that makes me both optimistic and wary, because of the potential of just too much more clutter, but we won’t know until we try it. Let’s hope that clutter potential, if it takes off, is dealt with as well (if not as narrowly) as it is on Technorati.
    I’ll also add here that it didn’t occur to me, until I saw your RSS link above, to add a feed address, even after I saw my coComment blog appear on Technorati. (My excuse is …that it was late at night.)

    Vera

  9. Thanks for the heads up. I have heard of coComment before but didn’t have enough information one way or the other.

    After reading this post, I am giving coComment a try. I will track this post using the utility. My username is ThomasW.

    It will be interesting to see how this tracks over the next couple of days.

  10. Thanks for the heads up. I have heard of coComment before but didn’t have enough information one way or the other.

    After reading this post, I am giving coComment a try. I will track this post using the utility. My username is ThomasW.

    It will be interesting to see how this tracks over the next couple of days.

  11. After a little further investigation of Alexa I wrote Alexa, Valuable Tool or Technical Stalker?.

    The privacy policy states that not only will it store and collect your browsing history, it will store and collect information that you are filling out in online forms, which could include credit card or private information.

    I like the concept of Alexa, but I am glad that I did not install the program on my primary browser. In fact now I am unsure if I want to use it at all.

  12. After a little further investigation of Alexa I wrote Alexa, Valuable Tool or Technical Stalker?.

    The privacy policy states that not only will it store and collect your browsing history, it will store and collect information that you are filling out in online forms, which could include credit card or private information.

    I like the concept of Alexa, but I am glad that I did not install the program on my primary browser. In fact now I am unsure if I want to use it at all.

  13. I will claim it being early, sorry about the post above concerning Alexa – for some reason I saw coComment and my brain read Alexa, even though I had commented on coComment earlier.

    Sorry for the spam type post, feel free to delete if you want.

  14. I will claim it being early, sorry about the post above concerning Alexa – for some reason I saw coComment and my brain read Alexa, even though I had commented on coComment earlier.

    Sorry for the spam type post, feel free to delete if you want.

  15. @Fazendo: Thanks for checking out coComment. I’m sorry you experienced some problems though when you did check it out. I wanted to let you know that we recently did a major upgrade of coComment and migrated to V2 Beta of the product. This caused some unexpected glitches, which is probably what you experienced. We’ve now solved these bugs and the service is running as it had before. However, for any feedback or questions, please contact me at kristina@cocomment.com. Thanks!

  16. @Fazendo: Thanks for checking out coComment. I’m sorry you experienced some problems though when you did check it out. I wanted to let you know that we recently did a major upgrade of coComment and migrated to V2 Beta of the product. This caused some unexpected glitches, which is probably what you experienced. We’ve now solved these bugs and the service is running as it had before. However, for any feedback or questions, please contact me at kristina@cocomment.com. Thanks!