I used to stand on the hill outside of the house where I grew up, shouting to hear the echo come back . . . now that coComment has arrived, I don’t have to drive 100 miles when I feel the need to hear my echo anymore.
I had my first coComment experience the other night when NZAlan left a comment and took it with him too. That was the night we moved servers for Successful-Blog, and unfortunately about 10 comments were lost. Alan returned the next day and asked about the lost comments. I told him the story. He was able to take his comments from the night before and put them back. WAY COOL!
What Is coComment About?
Duncan Rileyat the Blog Herald has written an indepth review on his test of coComment in Beta Version. Duncan starts by admitting he was a disbeliever. HeÃ¢â¬â¢s tired of all of the hype around Web 2.0 applications. Can’t say as I blame him. Most are way over done, clumsy, or don’t even work. But once Duncan worked with it, he ended up putting coComment on his personal blog.
What changed his mind? He gave these reasons.
The lack of bad stuff
I let him fill you in on the details himself. He’s the one who has actually worked with the app and he explains the features and benefits quite well.
What’s the Verdict?
Here’s snip of what Duncan says:
If I was scoring it, maybe 9.5 out of 10. IÃ¢â¬â¢ll hold the .5 back because the service still has a few bugs (it is in beta after all), but kudos where its due, IÃ¢â¬â¢m likely to be using this service fairly regularly.
Read the review. It answered every question I had. Then click this image link to visit the site.
ThereÃ¢â¬â¢s a box on the front page of the coComment site where you can request an invitation to test coComment for yourself.
–ME Ã¢â¬ÅLizÃ¢â¬? Strauss