...people who are prodigious commenters are following in a grand literary tradition...
A discussion on ways to aggregate comments and commenters at Collision Detection.
(Such a facility would help the work of one of the most prodigious and literary local commeters in his Vice Regal Commentspherical Annual Awards.)
"I have nothing to declare but my comments" - Oscar Sedgwick.
(Am already unofficially collecting bon mots for the 2005 gongs. The usual suspectakov is in fine form already and it's not even a fortnight into the year.)
Posted by Sedgwick at January 13, 2005 06:23 PM
It's better to be commented about, than to score a (0). O.Boynton.
Yes the early form is both prodigious and literary.
I noticed my typo there in the post and was going to attend to it - but maybe it's one of those 'fraudian' typos, maybe "comet" has something to do with this side of the blogosphere.
If you have a category for best typo-ridden comment, boynton will win no worries.
Posted by boynton at January 13, 2005 06:39 PM
Worry not about the O.
It just means we all agree with you.
On a technical note, there is a bit of a problem with this kind of blogging (and mine too a bit) where people go to the link, get enchanted and just think "um. Yum." and wander off..
Posted by David Tiley at January 14, 2005 01:43 AM
I rarely worry about the 0 anymore.
(the great esnet and I once decided it meant a chorus of "Oh"... whatever Oh means)
And you're right about the hyperlinking away quality of the web. Guess that's the ultimate test of a good link, though.
Posted by boynton at January 14, 2005 01:12 PM
Posted by at January 14, 2005 06:17 PM
The meaning of Oh?
Maybe this site may help?
Posted by at January 14, 2005 06:23 PM
And this one
Posted by at January 14, 2005 06:28 PM
(I removed my earlier comments - thread was looking a bit messy)
Posted by boynton at January 14, 2005 08:16 PM
My first entry of the meaning "Oh"
was misunderstood.When l re-read the site it sounded like l found your "blogging" offensive.
Far from it Boynton! My definition of "Oh" is
enlightment and enchantment.l enjoy your blog.
Posted by at January 14, 2005 11:04 PM
Posted by boynton at January 15, 2005 01:00 PM