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  • For webheads: automatic article attribution

    I was copying a story from a UK newspaper and noticed that the resulting paste added a line of attribution link to the original page. (Unnecessary for me, as I do that anyway.) A little digging revealed that it's this nifty software that performs this magic:

    http://www.tynt.com/

    The code is currently free and some blog sites already offer it as a feature. Note that it's a "hosted" feature that requires that you create a Tynt account, so I suppose it's a bit like some Google services, where your visitors' activity is tracked by the service. There's also a premium service, but I haven't looked at what that is.
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