Quick Guide to New USAToday.Com Features

Unattributed, Website, Mar 05, 2007
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Interesting. USA Today has redesigned their website to embrace Web 2.0 features wholeheartedly. Is the world ready for a USA Today Social Network? As Scott Karp reports, the first reviews from readers have been negative. Very negative. But I wonder. The first complaint is from a person looking for the commodity prices. This must be the only person in the world getting their commodity prices from USA Today. That doesn't mean they're totally off-base. The front page is too busy. But what do you make of this comment? "If you move the mouse down on the way to the headline, you'll most likely mouse over another thumbnail." But why would you do that? You just read the headline. See also Ross Mayfield, Steve O'Hear.
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