A Wordpress plugin makes a lot of sense, as it would let non-
developers easily integrate with it. I was going to look over the docs
this weekend to see what would be involved in writing a generic
@anywhere plugin for hosted Wordpress installs.


On Apr 16, 2:09 am, "M. Edward (Ed) Borasky" <zzn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Are there any plugins for @anywhere that will run on Drupal and
> WordPress? My blog is on WordPress, and I want to get rid of as many
> non-Twitter gizmos and widgets as possible. I'll be keeping AddToAny,
> since it goes to Developer Zone, and I'll be keeping Twitoaster, since
> it threads conversations. But I'm ditching Topsy and a couple of
> others as soon as I can get @anywhere running.
> I don't know the details of the Drupal site yet - I need to meet with
> them and see if they want to do @anywhere. P.S.: If you blog for
> developers, I highly recommend posting to Developer Zone. I get more
> traffic to my blog that way than anywhere else. I've had 800-visitor
> days just from them.
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