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Updated by Nick Kellet on Nov 13, 2015
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Death of Blog Commenting Systems

TechCrunch's teachable moment: media sites must own the conversation | Dan Gillmor | Comment is free |

Dan Gillmor: AOL's TechCrunch has reversed its decision to outsource user comments to Facebook. But online community takes cultivation

The Best Platform For Online Discussion Doesn’t Exist Yet | TechCrunch

Blog commenting systems are bizarre, broken and dated. TechCrunch recently switched from Facebook Comments to Livefyre - a change that, for the record, I had no say in. I'm not sure I see value. I don't agree with some of the sentiment expressed here, which almost makes it sound like th..

6 Reasons Why We Switched Away from Livefyre

We used livefyre commenting platform for over a year. Here are 6 reasons why we switched away from livefyre and moved back to WP comments.

Goodbye Livefyre! Why commenting should be friendly. - Ameena Falchetto

I should trust my first impressions. When I first came across the Livefyre commenting system I remember  being confused, intimated and overwhelmed. I felt comm

Blog Comments and Experimentation - Or Why @Livefyre Is Here to Stay — Danny Brown

The Livefyre comment system is the evolution of blog commenting. This overview from Danny Brown highlights why Livefyre succeeds.