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476 weeks ago @ TechCrunch - Posterous Growing At M... · 0 replies · +3 points

So I'm assuming TC has investments in Posterous?

479 weeks ago @ TechCrunch - Google Voice Desktop A... · 0 replies · +4 points

Yes, this post seems like a rumor-builder (also read, comment builder, attention getter, blah blah). The main idea of this post is off the mark. This is most likely to post on top of the recent rumor started by another blog about Google Voice integration.

479 weeks ago @ TechCrunch - The End Of An Era: Hot... · 0 replies · +1 points

“We want to start respecting the inbox”

The day you give me the whole screen of my inbox, is when I will believe you respect my inbox. Your sidebar Ad is a show stopper.

482 weeks ago @ TechCrunch - Meet The New Hotmail: ... · 0 replies · +2 points

Are they getting rid of that damn banner Ad? I'm not coming back until then.

483 weeks ago @ TechCrunch - You're Welcome, You Ba... · 0 replies · -1 points

You have quoted lots of original content. Makes no sense to me. I say you're in error.

484 weeks ago @ TechCrunch - What's Up With Google'... · 3 replies · +18 points

This new Google UI reminds me of old Yahoo, MSN and Bing. Poor job.

493 weeks ago @ IntenseDebate Blog - Introducing WordPress.... · 2 replies · 0 points

There are couple of things here.

ID is not implemented widely or at least I don't come across it as much as I do the Disqus and others.

ID is good looking and has many additional features. One that I just discovered here after conversing is the ability to only get the email on the replies instead of the whole thread. This is marvelous.

So I'm not sure, after much time has passed between your Automatic acquisition, the system is still not deployed on Wordpress.com blogs. I remember the excitement this created when it was announced but the integration never materialized.

493 weeks ago @ IntenseDebate Blog - Introducing WordPress.... · 2 replies · +1 points

What I find interesting about ID and Wordpress integration is that Wordpress.com could never benefit from it. You may have a good technical reasons on why ID cannot be installed on Wordpress.com blogs but I don't see much value in a feature which I can't use at my own site. Thanks for the reply and clarification.

493 weeks ago @ IntenseDebate Blog - Introducing WordPress.... · 2 replies · +1 points

>>While we've added Facebook Connect and Twitter Sign-In support<<

I don't know what I may be missing but I don't see above on my Wordpress.com blog.