Xinha Here!–A must download for blog commentors

Bill Sjostrom —  19 May 2006

Elizabeth’s latest post reminded me that I’ve been meaning to blog about an add-on for Mozilla Firefox. It’s called Xinha Here! and you can download it for free here. It’s great for blog commentors because it allows you to add hotlinks to your comments on any blog without having to even know what HTML is. For example, you could leave the following comment and hotlink to the paper instead of inserting the unsightly web address: “You don’t know what you’re talking about. Read this paper and get a clue.”

I use Xinha all the time. Unfortunately, I do not believe there is an Internet Explorer version, but Firefox is better anyway.

6 responses to Xinha Here!–A must download for blog commentors

  1. 

    So I can link to Conglomerate just like that? Cool! Thanks, Bill.

  2. 

    Thanks for the pointer – I’m always on the lookout for new Firefox extentions.

  3. 
    Bill Sjostrom 19 May 2006 at 10:40 am

    Maybe for blogs but not blawgs. And can you give better clues?

  4. 
    John Jenkins 19 May 2006 at 8:54 am

    As a rule, one would expect most blog readers/commenters to be able to do a simple look here tag without browser plugins. Look here for clues.

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