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                          Archive for Jul 2011


                          Google Plus: On Trust, Reputation, Pseudonyms, and Value

                          Google made an architectural decision to require real names, rather than pseudonyms, on Google Plus. The result is a platform that encourages better reciprocal acts and thus creates more value, for users as well as Google, than one based on pseudonyms.
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                          The StackExchange Podcast is Back on IT Conversations!

                          I'm excited to announce that StackExchange podcast is back on IT Conversations! This week, Jeff and Joel are joined by Patrick McKenzie - StackOverflow contributor, internet commentator and SEO expert (especially when it comes to driving traffic for bingo cards).
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                          Getting Good Descriptions When Sharing on Google Plus

                          Google Plus gets it's description from the meta item named description. Mine was set to a static string describing the blog, not the content of the entry. I've fixed it. Here's how I did it.
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                          Using Schema.org Microdata in KRL

                          Schema.org microdata has been proposed as a way to encoding semantic data in HTML markup. Using semantic data from within KRL allows rules to be more general and loosely coupled. I recently used a jQuery library to gather Schema.org product microdata from a page and forward it to the KRL engine for processing. This blog post explains how I did it.
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                          Google Plus Comment Filter

                          One of the things I dislike about the G+ streams is the way comments are handled. For most people it's OK, but for folks like +Robert Scoble and +Jesse Stay who have tons of followers, they're comments come in fast and furious making it tough to even scroll past their posts to see what's below. I'm used to having things my way, so I wrote a Kynetx app that hides the comments. In their place it puts a link with the number of recent comments. Clicking on the link shows the comments. The link is a toggle, so clicking
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