Longtime readers know that I love to fish and have posted photos here of some fairly large striped bass I’ve caught over the years. My friend James “Stickman” Waldron spent the last few years putting together a documentary about Plum Island fishing, where I do most of my striped bass fishing. The video is in high-def and features some great footage, new and old, of fishermen hooking up with some amazing fish, and sharing great stories about one of the best bass fishing spots in the world.
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Amazing underground cavern Stockholm Data Center.
For years now, blog comments have been treated like second-rate citizens. I was an early user of SezWho on TheProgressBar, then moved to Disqus, and back in the day played around with CoComment. All of these systems are ok in one way or another, but they also have their faults.
Recently I read about Reblogging on Disqus.
Now on comments throughout DISQUS, you can find a reblog link where you can publish a quotation of the comment to your blog. This quote is cited with the original author, the blog where it originally appeared, and a link back to the original comment to give the discussion full context.
Take a look at BackType, which aggregates comments from blogs and makes them searchable.