MalcolmCallaghan: November 2009 Archives
Looking at this site I momentarily felt like i was back in middle school. I am not sure if there is a specific age group being targeted here but this certainly seems "chile friendly". My only real complaint is that the video's are a bit slow.
My attention was quickly drawn to the videos at the top of the page, but was then soon followed by disappointment at the sight of their inconsistency. I once again attribute my lack of interest in my upbringing mainly being in the age of web 2.0. A picture to me encapsulates what the article is trying to convey. I do not expect sights to be overly saturated with images, which could in tern leave less room for substance, but it just is not grabbing my attention.
In this age of the so called web 2.0 the number of people who are willing to sift through a bunch of textual links is rapidly declining. The appearance of the web page does not offer the eyes of the visually inclined any sense of relief, besides a few sporadically placed pictures that are just about as interesting as class on a sunday.
In my opinion links in a news article, or any article for that matter maintain the continuity of the internet. Someone who is reading up on hammer's may also be interested in nails. The links in the chain that is the web hold it all together.