Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Carnivals, Comments, and Life

The next Philosophers' Carnival, to be hosted at E.G., is coming up Monday. Anyone with a decent philosophy-related blog post should consider submitting it!

In other news, I'm trying out the new pop-up comments, so let me know what you think. It's very easy to change back and forth, so if you preferred the old comments, just let me know.

[Update: I've tinkered with the template in the hopes of offering both options. The "X comments" link directly below each post should create a pop-up window. The "Post a comment" link (found at the end of the comments section on the item pages) should instead open the comments page in the current window.]

University has finally begun for the year. This may end up affecting my blogging. I've been on holiday since the start of November, and managed to average one post per day across all that time. But I'm a lot busier now, so I don't know if I'll be able to keep up this pace without driving myself to exhaustion. (I'm not used to having to wake up in the morning, dammit!) I'll see how things go...


  1. Personally I like comments when they appear on the permalink page. I've never cared for a separate comments window. Plus I browse with Firefox and prefer to have one window up rather than a bunch. Popup comments are more a pain to get into a tab and use.

    (I only have a 17" screen at home - so I prefer fewer windows cluttering up my screen)


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