Harvard Is Better

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While this site is less crowded, it is also less informative on the front page. As you scroll down you don't get any more information than the headline. To an outsider, this means nothing to me. If I am perusing a news site on the Internet I would like at least a sentence or two after the headline to decide if I want to read the article. The pictures at the top of the page are also a nice touch.


If you have time, read This. Truly entertaining.


Jennifer Prex said:

I also liked how it was less crowded. I never thought of it before reading your blog, but I can see how it could be a bad thing that there were no brief summaries of the articles. While the title does give some clue of what the article is about, only so much can fit in it. The brief summary would allow the readers to get a better sense of what the article is before deciding whether to read it or not.

April Minerd said:

I have to comment that the article you linked to was rather funny. Good call on the journalist’s part with the whole H1N1 flu being so close to everyone’s thoughts right now. It was a great way to address a serious concern in a light hearted way, while still delivering the stay-home-if-your-sick message.

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