Stan, Misha ... when there's a big hardware/software announcement, like today's iBook rev, it seems to slide down the news list pretty fast. I know you want to have an up-to-the-minute look, but if there's really big news, why not keep it at the top all day long and add the other news underneath? I don't mean you have to have a "top story" every day, just occasionally when news warrants it. Today, for example, I think most people are going to want to check out the iBooks first thing.<br><br>Just a thought...<br><br>
nah...<br><br>bad idea, IMO, I like to know that all I have to do is read down to the last post I read, and I won't miss anything. If you start moving things around on me, I'll get lost. If you want that sort of a news listing goto CNN or MacNN, not on Mac Central...<br><br>If you look on the right sidebar of MacMinute they list links to all of the top stories... maybe they should start adding big ones like the iBook story as soon as they're published, or as soon as they move to the #2 position, so that people that don't scroll down see them..<br><br>I like the format as is though.<br><br>Statistics are like a bikini. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.<br>-- Aaron Levenstein
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