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Stefan Tilkov,

coComment is another of those Web 2.0 startups, addressing a real problem for those who leave comments on other peoples’ blogs: I know that I always lose track of where I’ve commented, and there may be a lot of comments to my comments that I never even saw. I still wonder, though, how hard it would be to build a simple one-click-Javascript-bookmarklet solution that simply sends a trackback to some private page; my guess would be something like a couple of hours at most … and I really wonder how a whole company could be based on a concept that is likely going to be as trivial to clone?

But they’re not yet public, so I’m just making wild guesses.

On February 6, 2006 10:58 PM, Doug said:

Hunh. I just use one of the original Web 2.0 sites: I bookmark the pages that I’ve commented on and use a tag of “comments”.

On February 20, 2006 1:52 PM, said:

Hi Stefan, just a short note to let know the readers of your blog that coComment is now open to the public, no more invitation codes required: So please join in, start your conversations and don’t forget to give us your feedback, we are listening with interest in the projects forum.