Inline trackbacks better than pop-ups

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Responding to Andrew “I hate blogs and obsess about little else” Orlowski’s latest screed at the Register, which blamed Six Apart for ruining Google by inventing Trackback, Mena writes in Six Log that it’s a better practice to include trackbacks (and comments) on the same page as the weblog entry they refer to than to use pop-up windows, which can be found by Google absent their full context.
What we need now is some step-by-step template repair instructions for anyone who wants to bring their trackbacks (and comments) back onto the main archive pages.