While everyone was dancing around and celebrating the rel=author tag, I think the staff forgot about the new Google +1 Button.
All the other sites have it, is there a reason this site doesn't yet?
I added it to my pages by using the code on my Google Adsense account. Is that what you meant?
What I'm wondering (and maybe I'm complete wrong to "wonder" this), is how long before the Plus One button is rendered meaningless (as "everyone and his brother" adds it), and Google comes up with a new plan for getting any feedback on search results. Maybe it's one thing for someone to have it on his own little site. I'm guessing it's another to have it on a site like this (with thousands of contributors (and any number of people who figure out ways to do "iffy" things on here) and almost as many ways to abuse something like the Plus One button).
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