DotNetKicks is a nice social bookmarking system (like Digg, Reddit, etc.) that's specific to .NET development issues. Users submit cool links, other users vote on it, popular links show up the front page and in an RSS feed. It lets you know what's going on in the .NET world right away without having to spend every second of the day scanning thousands of blogs.
One of the cool features is an image which shows the number of "kicks" a page has received. The image links back to the vote page, so you can just click the "kick it" button to vote. Neat. Here's a button from a recent post I did about connection string protocols:
Since the Kick counts are based on specific posts, this only displays the image when you're viewing an individual post.
UPDATE: Changed from Submit to Kick url, and changed the submitted url so it doesn't include the querystring.
window.addEventListener('load', fn, false)
else if (window.attachEvent)
var insertLocation = document.getElementById('postToolbar');
var currentPageUrl = document.location.protocol + "//" + document.location.host + document.location.pathname;
var dotnetkicksLink = document.createElement('a');
dotnetkicksLink.href = 'http://www.dotnetkicks.com/kick/?url=' + currentPageUrl;
var dotnetkicksImg = document.createElement('IMG');
dotnetkicksImg.src = 'http://www.dotnetkicks.com/Services/Images/KickItImageGenerator.ashx?url=' + currentPageUrl;
dotnetkicksImg.border = 0;
To do and notice