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March 05, 2005

Your feedback

It might be more useful, rather than having to click between the old blog and the new one, to have an area here where those who have an opinion on the changes can leave a comment.

We'll be doing some fine-tuning, and where possible, we'll try to accommodate user feedback.

What do you like, what don't you like? For instance: Is it useful to be able to see the most recent comments, and click on them? Do you like the fact that we can use pictures? Or do you prefer all text?

What do you think of the fact that this one has fewer menu options?

Do you like to be able to view the categories separately? Should we have less/more or them?

Do you like the calendar? Is it handy to be able to choose a date and go directly to it? I think it might be particularly handy, for instance, if you were looking for a link to Thursday's columns.

Should we have a blog roll?

Posted by cw at March 5, 2005 01:22 PM


just do it

Posted by: jamrob at March 5, 2005 05:38 PM

Oh , and can we have a spell check incorporated in the new design?

Posted by: jamrob at March 5, 2005 05:42 PM

The type face is too stark, the pictures are good but more work for you. Some softening of the background would help. My favorite blog site, for presentation is: http://thecurrencylad.blogspot.com/("the currency lad").
OK, I confess, I like the political content too.
A links feature would be good and some music. Why not ipod?
The calendar is useful but naff. Can't you animate it?
I miss the member log on. I prefer anonymity.

Good luck, keep on blogging!

Posted by: Stedman at March 6, 2005 12:59 PM

Please, Sir, can we have our Toad back?

Posted by: Ablaze at March 6, 2005 09:05 PM

I can see what they don't like about the wide screen, but on my browser it fits in one screen.

cheers, Paul

Posted by: Paul at March 7, 2005 10:54 AM

Does the moderation work for all comment or per user? How does it define user?

cheers, Paul

Posted by: Paul at March 7, 2005 10:59 AM

In my experience moderation can kill live sites, but this should not be too much of an issue here as it is your blog, not ours.

cheers, Paul

Posted by: Paul at March 7, 2005 11:00 AM

Can we have an option to go somewhere other than "comments" after a post?

cheers, Paul

Posted by: Paul at March 7, 2005 11:01 AM