Back to Mobile View

Skip to Content

TUAW Deals

Tag: comments

Introducing comments by Livefyre on TUAW

We've gone through a few permutations in our commenting systems over the years, but I'm rather pleased to announce our latest partnership with Livefyre, which I consider to be one of the best commenting platforms out there. Livefyre's features include the ability to sign in using a variety of...

Continue Reading

Enter to run away with a free copy of Runmeter from TUAW

I just wrote about Runmeter after meeting creator Steve Kusmer at Macworld 2011 a little while back, and as a runner myself, I've used it a couple of times to track and monitor my performance during and after runs. It's very feature-rich, even compared to other running apps on the App Store, with...

Continue Reading

Manage your TUAW commenter profile

We've had a few inquiries on our tip line and feedback form in the past few days about managing your TUAW commenter profile. Whenever you leave a comment on a TUAW post, an account is created for you using the name and email address that you use in the "New Readers" tab in the comment field. You...

Continue Reading

The Reader's View: Best of your feedback, comments and opinions

The Reader's View is our weekly roundup of some of the most upbeat, thoughtful, or just plain nice comments that have been published by TUAW readers. This week, we have discussions of Apple keyboards, Wi-Fi extenders, the iPad (no big surprise there...), Apple's stock price, and iPhone programming...

Continue Reading

The Reader's View: Best of your feedback, comments and opinions

The Reader's View is our weekly roundup of some of the most upbeat, thoughtful, or just plain good comments that have been published by TUAW readers. This week, we still have some post-Macworld Expo 2010 comments coming in, as well as discussion of several posts that attracted positive comments this...

Continue Reading

The Reader's View: Best of your feedback, comments and opinions

Welcome to The Reader's View, a new weekly TUAW column that will feature insightful and well-written commentary by you -- our readers. The comments are the one place where our readers can get on their virtual soapboxes and tell the world what they're thinking. Not all comments are created equal,...

Continue Reading

iPhone OS 3.0 live chat

Update: Well, if what you wanted wasn't in that laundry list, you may just have unrealistic expectations. MMS, copy and paste, downloadable paid content, turn-by-turn, A2DP... the list goes on! We'll have detailed reports momentarily. The bad news is, we don't have anyone on the inside of today's...

Continue Reading

Check out the new hotness: TUAW gets threaded comments!

As some of you may have already noticed, TUAW has joined the ranks of Engadget, Download Squad and other Weblogs, Inc. blogs and launched an updated comment system. Now you can reply directly to comments, vote comments up or down in terms of popularity and even add a picture to your profile. Check...

Continue Reading

Digg releases official iPhone interface

We've come full circle on the iPhone software merry-go-round-- the first app we saw for the iPhone was a mockup built with Digg's API, and now Digg has released their own iPhone application. And it works pretty well, even if you're not using an iPhone. You can log in right there in the interface,...

Continue Reading

Reminder: send us your tips!

We TUAW bloggers use a variety of methods and resources to track down the news, tips, tricks and other forms of Mac interestingness we post, and among the most important of them are the tips from readers like you. However, we've noticed an increase in questions in post comments on how to send us...

Continue Reading

Sunday survey results: FM Transmitters - yea...not really

This past Sunday I ran a survey to see what y'all thought of iPod FM transmitters - the good, the bad and the ugly. I figured that since I weeded through all the comments, I should let you guys know whether you gave this particular category of iPod accessories a thumbs up or down. The greater...

Continue Reading

Widget Watch: CSS Tweak!

CSS Tweak!, as you might imagine, can optimize and clean up your CSS code with the drag and drop of a file. The widget will report how much smaller your file is going to get, and its description states that your new file is "saved in the same location as the original", so I'm pretty sure this means...

Continue Reading

iComment 4.1 adds comments, trackbacks, webstats to iWeb sites

iComment, as we've mentioned before, allows you to add trackbacks and detailed webstats to iWeb sites, and even comment systems to iWeb sites hosted somewhere besides .Mac. Implementing some of these features can be a bit clunky, as you have to sign up for external services to help drive some of...

Continue Reading

Review: iWeb's enhancements are exactly what it needed

In the most recent iLife '06 software update that Damien mentioned, iWeb understandably received the largest bump of new features and bug fixes; after all, it is the latest to arrive at the iLife party. Considering that I've been pretty vocal about my gripes with this otherwise fantastic addition to...

Continue Reading

Enable blog and photocast comments in iWeb

Sweet: Blogger kfloydh points to an AppleScript called iComments actually lets you add a real comments feature to your blogs and photocasts in iWeb. It basically works like this: You add the term "insertCommentsHere" as text to your blog page in iWeb and then publish it. Run the iComments...

Continue Reading