bill suggested i make the trackback links visible on the front page, for those who don't have tools that sniff them out of the page. (i can relate.) i didn't like the idea of just adding a link that would then be useless to most people, so i made it so the standard comments link also serves as the trackback link. (it uses the presence of the url parameter to detect that it is a trackback ping, and then does the right thing.)

this isn't particularly intuitive, but i think the audience of non-rdf-sniffing trackback users is likely to remain fairly small.

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