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Disqus updates blog comments plugin, user tools

Disqus is one of a handful of third party comment systems that bloggers and web publishes can install to supercharge the comment sections of their web sites. It provides tools that are missing from many web publishing platforms, including threaded comments, rankings, and the ability for users to login with their Facebook, Twitter, or OpenID credentials. Today Disqus rolled out version 3.0,...

SXSW 2009: Blinging your blog with JS-Kit

Chris Saad tells Grant how JS-Kit works as an advanced commenting system for your blog, including stuff like OpenID and Facebook Connect. But it's also more than that: it provides widgets for comments, ratings, polls and chat across a network of 600,000 blogs. Basically, JS-Kit is an all-purpose system to cross-pollinate your comments and other info across sites in the network. These aren't all...

JS-Kit raises $3.6M in series B funding

A few weeks ago, Mahalo's Jason Calacanis (who founded Weblogs Inc. and Download Squad) issued an e-mail missive (now posted here) predicting that 80% of all web 2.0 start-ups would fail to reach the next round of funding or profitability. The man makes some good points, and the tenuous economic climate is already leading to start-up layoffs and reduced expansion. Fortunately for the web industry,...

JS-Kit adds Digg-like features to your site with just a few lines of code

JS-Kit provides some of the simplest tools around for adding threaded comments, post reviews, and polls to your web site. All you have to do is install two or three lines of code to your blog or web site template and JS-Kit will do the heavy lifting. On the downside, since the code basically calls up a JavaScript application from JS-Kit's servers, some portions of your site might load a little...

Add comments to any web page instantly

Ever want to toss up a web page for something and let people comment on it, but don't want to (or are unable to) mess with server-side scripts and the like? What if you could just paste a single snippet of HTML into your page's source and instantly have a live comment form appear? Well, today is your lucky day: JS-Kit is a free service that will add comment functionality to any page you paste it...