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Awesome: The Quartz “Paragraph” Annotation Experience

It does seem like article comments days are counted. But if traditional comments are gone, what will replace them? How readers are going to give their input on online written content? Quartz just answered, showing that comments on articles don’t have to be simple discussion threads. This new approach puts readers on an equal footing with writers, allowing them to annotate any paragraph of an article, through writing their own comments in the ...
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Disqus: Are Web Comments a Good Business?

Disqus claims 42% of internet users read the comments after a story or contribute one of their own. And they definitely know what they're talking about, since this figure is extracted from the company’s more than 2 million clients. However, two main schools debate over the impact comments might have on the overall perceptibility of online content, the first school putting comments at the very core of online content appreciation, giving more value ...
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