The NY Times has now made TimesPeople an irritating overlay of their website, further restricting my view of what I actually go the NY Times website to do – read articles. Seriously, the website is becoming more and more like TV, where windows and scrollbars float and spin all around, reducing the actual viewable screen real-estate down to nothing.
Think about it – One skinny column of text, with another equally sized column of miscellaenous crap I may or may not be interested along the side, a whole slew of additional “stuff” at the bottom, and now another bar across the top that floats there all the time? What happened to getting the content I actually WANT?
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