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Lazy-Loading Disqus Comments

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Lately, I've been obsessed with optimizing performance through lazy-loading. Recently, I've written on how to lazy-load Google Maps and on how to lazy-load responsive Google Adsense. Now it's time for Disqus, a service for embedding comments on your we...

We Asked 8,500 Internet Commenters Why They Do What They Do

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Read Christie Aschwanden's first paragraph. If you've written anything that elicits comments, I'm sure you can relate. There is plenty of data here to digest, and also further speculation: I had a hypothesis: Maybe this commenting-without-reading pheno...

Your Own Custom Annotations – More than Just Comments!

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In this article, we are going to look at how we can create and use our own custom annotations in a Symfony 3 application. You know annotations right? They are the docblock metadata/configuration we see above classes, methods and properties. You've most...

The dark side of Guardian comments

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As part of a series on the rising global phenomenon of online harassment, the Guardian commissioned research into the 70m comments left on its site since 2006 and discovered that of the 10 most abused writers eight are women, and the two men are black....