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  • Hello, my name is Dramagirl, and I’m a webaholic …

    Several of my latest posts here have focused on the flood of social networking sites I’ve been attracted to during the past few months. In fact, an entire theme has developed with these often apologetic posts. I’ve been a bit whiny really, using the sad excuse that such play aka experimentation is all grist to…

  • Commenting: challenges of another sort

    It’s been a busy couple of days for me. Ignoring the beautiful weather outside, I’ve been engaged in video conversations with the Seesmic community.  My previous post outlined some of the challenges I faced at the outset. I’ve been interested to see how others on Seesmic deal with video commenting. The style is eclectic; some…

  • More commenting possibilities …

    Comment systems are the latest webb apps to intrigue me, but boy are they volatile.  I had pretty much decided to let go of CoComment and throw in my lot with Disqus both regular, traditional comment systems … you know, the kind where you use words and write sentences?  At the same time I was…

  • Reflections on a month …

    Image via Wikipedia Nearly at the end now, and days 29-31 have been about wrapping up the 31 Day Comment Challenge. The final 3 days focus on the learnings: to prepare a commenting guide for students, to consider how learnings from this commenting project could change one’s teaching practices, and finally … to reflect on…

  • Branding and Theme

    This is piggy-backing a little on branding, one of the ancillary threads running through the 31 Day Comment Challenge. I’m wondering what role you think your blog’s theme plays in the matter of branding you and your blog? Why did you choose the theme you are using right now? Was it because it fits your…

  • Day 28: A blog comment strategy

    Image via Wikipedia Do I have a blog comment strategy to build readership such as Caroline Middlebrook has? In a word, no. Maybe I should … but then again … . Caroline has some great strategies via commenting to build RSS subscriptions and to promote her business, and I think anyone seeking to develop an…