Gravatar

I have enabled Gravatars in the comments. If you don’t have one, you can get one by following the link I provided. Gravatar stands for “Globally Recognized Avatar.” Your Gravatar will be associated with your e-mail address and will appear on every site that allows Gravatars when you leave comments. For instance, Education Wonks uses Haloscan, a commenting system that allows Gravatars. If you don’t have a Gravatar, a generic image will appear next to your comments on websites that allow Gravatars.

If you would like to see what Gravatars look like, just scroll down to a post with some comments. If you select a post on which I commented, you’ll see my Simpsonized image next to my comment.

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5 thoughts on “Gravatar

  1. Dana, thanks for the information. I'd never heard of this service… and now, after 5 minutes, I have three email addresses confirmed with 3 different avatars. Super. Thank you.

    And, also, thank you for all your blogging. Great stuff for those of us in the blogosphere and your formal students… thank you for sharing.

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