Threaded Comments for WordPress Blogs

Comment On: Reintroducing Discussion Boards Here is my comment on one of David Warlick’s other recent posts. After reading about his reintroduction of bulletin boards (primarily due to the advantages of threaded discussions over traditional blog comments) it got me thinking… why don’t blogs have threaded comments? A quick Google search later I had learned that there is a plug in for threaded comments on WordPress, which I use. Next time I play with my blog I’m going to try it out. For now, I’m sharing it here:

Brian’s Threaded Comments

2 Responses to “Threaded Comments for WordPress Blogs”

  1. Raj Boora Says:

    We must be reading the same things today, I’ve just been looking for something similar and arrived at the same place.

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