If you make comments on this blog you might have noticed a new WordPress plug-in that I’m trying out called SezWho. SezWho is a distributed context, rating and reputation service for blogs, forums, wikis and other social sites.
So, what that means is that when you post a comment or read comments from others, you can also track related comments that person has made on this blog and others. You can also sort all the comments based on reader ratings, rate comments yourself, and focus only on those comments that were rated highly useful.
It think it’s an interesting way to find new and related blogs and build a little tighter community around the folks that comment the most. Here are some examples of other sites using it as well.
Go ahead and make some comments and try it out. I would love to hear your feedback on the tool.