Emergent Futures Tumblelog

This is the Tumblelog of Paul Higgins and Sandy Teagle - Futurists from Melbourne and Brisbane in Australia. Go to Emergent Futures to see more or follow on Twitter at FuturistPaul . If you right click on the pictures, titles or links in these posts you will be able to go to the original story on the web. If you click on comments for each post you can either read what others have said or add your own comment via Disqus. If you click on the date of a post it will take you to a single post view where you can copy the web link if you want to send it to someone else. If you click on the tags it will take you to other stories from Emergent Futures with the same tag.

stoweboyd:

I think Pullquote is a very smart tool. It runs as a Chrome extension or bookmarklet, allowing me to create a short URL pointing directly to a specific location on a web page. That would be helpful enough, but the developers behind it (led by my old friend Henry Copeland) have now added comments, as you can see in the screenshot above.

It will be interesting to see how that plays out. At the moment  the only way to see the comments (if any) are by following the Pullquote URL. And it appears that only those with the plugin can see or add to the comments. Bummer.

Also, the comments don’t show up in the stats view provided by Pullquote’s plugin:

I would like to see the count of comments and their contents in this display, and it should be a public web page, not just something rendered in the plugin’s settings.

Posted at 2:34am.

stoweboyd:

I think Pullquote is a very smart tool. It runs as a Chrome extension or bookmarklet, allowing me to create a short URL pointing directly to a specific location on a web page. That would be helpful enough, but the developers behind it (led by my old friend Henry Copeland) have now added comments, as you can see in the screenshot above.
It will be interesting to see how that plays out. At the moment  the only way to see the comments (if any) are by following the Pullquote URL. And it appears that only those with the plugin can see or add to the comments. Bummer.
Also, the comments don’t show up in the stats view provided by Pullquote’s plugin:

I would like to see the count of comments and their contents in this display, and it should be a public web page, not just something rendered in the plugin’s settings.
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    Very interesting
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    I’ve been using Pullquote for a little while now and agree. For me it’s a beautiful tool for quickly sharing small/big...
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    Un dato que también uso cada vez más…
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