Learning about TrackBacks: Barrie North writes: TrackBacks are complex, but the bottom line is that you read a post, and you comment about it on your blog. You place the URL to the post in yours, and the blog picks up your post and leaves it as a comment in the other’s post.
Let’s practice. I believe this blog post constitutes a comment about another’s blog post.
As written by Chris Daft at http://riversonicsolutions.com/blog.html:
Adam B. Levine points out that Uber is an analog of Napster. Centralized services become targets for legal challenges. Decentralized services “test a higher level of regulatory resistance.”
The specific blog post is here: http://riversonicsolutions.tumblr.com/post/123471804693/decentralizing-applications
I’d agree with this automatic commenting in another’s post, if the “other” could moderate such comments before they appeared.