Comment with OpenID

Disqus announced today that its commenting widget finally supports OpenID.

Lots of ways to login and leave a comment

You may recall they’ve been quickly adding other ways to login and leave a comment, including Facebook Connect and Twitter. I applaud their support for multiple authentication mechanisms.

An OpenID commentI’ve enabled OpenID here, and as you probably know, I’m a proponent. So, if OpenID is your bag, feel free to use it to leave comments here. It looks like Disqus isn’t asking for your avatar from your provider, so you’ll just see the big logo for now.

Over a year ago, a friend of mine, Aaron Hockley, complained that this blog (through Disqus) didn’t support comments via OpenID. He doesn’t comment on blogs that don’t support OpenID. Well, Aaron, today your lawn got a little smaller (h/t @turoczy).

If you’re wondering, that’s a #getoffmylawn reference.

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9 comments

  1. Comment by: Sassy6
    Posted on: 2/28/2008 1:10:23 AM
    PLEASE DONT READ THIS!!! U WILL GET KISSED ON THE NEAREST POSSIBLE FRIDAY BY THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE. 2MORROW WILL BE THE BEST DAY OF UR LIFE. HOWEVER IF YOU DONT POST THIS COMMENT TO AT LEAST 3 VIDEOS U WILL DIE IN 2 DAYS. NOW UV STARTED READIN SO DONT STOP NOW! THIS IS SOOO SCARY. SEND THIS TO AT LEAST 5 VIDEOS IN 143 MINUTES WHEN UR DONE PRESS F6 AND UR CRUSHES NAMESWILL APPEAR ON THE SCREEN IN BIG LETTERS THIS IS SOOO SCARY CUZ IT ACTUALLY WORKS!!!!!!!

  2. I really like disqus. If you happen to come across a site with disqus and you are already logged in, you don’t have to fill in your details.

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