Curiouser and curiouser
The first thought in my head? Has Twitter come up with a system similar to the Facebook comments plugin? That would be too neat, and probably be a much better fit than the comments plugin.
Sidenote: That’s an awfully lowres image you have there, facebook. Would not have expected this from you.
After all, Twitter as a medium is more conducive to having real-time discussions, and with that being the sole focus of the entire platform, it cuts out all the noise and the whole agenda is always the current ongoing discussion. So naturally, a much better fit — one that contributes back to the overall Twitter platform as well.
Unfortunately, that was just wishful thinking on my part, and we aren’t so lucky to have received that — yet.
What Brad was talking about was a “Discuss on Twitter” button the AVC blog articles now had. You could read an article and then discuss it on Twitter. Slightly anticlimactic, I must admit, but it's still quite neat. Could help a lot with building a buzzing thriving community.
It was late in the night for me and I needed to call it a day, but before I did that, here are some of the things I did:
- Went through the thread to realise what it essentially was and discover that Nick Grossman had blessed us…