I'm trying out a new comment system. I wrote most of it yesterday for another project. I'm sure there are still bugs in the system, so if you run into any here let me know. (and thanks!) To comment on this post (or any post) just click the little "comment" link below. Pretty simple. Give it a try! :)

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this is a test of the Netscape posting system. (please work!)
this is my first comment
I am quite envious. I want cool comments too. :)
Reveal your system to us.
The comments aren't quite ready for prime time (code-wise). It would take some time to make it easy to use, write up documentation, support, etc. So I'm keeping it closed source for now. Sorry. :(
That's too bad. I was going to volunteer all of my resources - clustered IIS 5 servers hosted via BGP-routed DS3 lines, and even Linux boxes to play with ...
did you bother to strip out the <b>html</b> in the comments <br><marquee>Hi</marquee>
<blink>It <i>seems</i> that it ignores <font size="+7">all</font> HTML.</blink>
But if you put in a URL like this:

http://www.onfocus.com

it becomes HTML.
Okay, you must share this with me. I'll beta test it, expect nothing, etc. etc. etc. C'mon man, look, I'm begging!
http://dansdailynews.com/
I'm sorry, I can't do it. It's full of trade secrets. If I did, I'd be kicked out of the content management guild of professional builders. ;)
Okay, okay. I can take a hint. You've decided not to share that - sure, I see that now. Well, I guess I'll be going then. I mean, I'm not the type of person to stay around when I'm not wanted. Not me. Anyway, sorry if I've pushed it to far. And should you change your mind ...
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