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Subject: RE: UKNM: More webwashing
From: Bunder, Leslie
Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 10:10:29 +0100

But looks like dejanews has also brought back its old look on the
original address of www.dejanews.com

Over the weekend and today, the old look site was back at
www.dejanews.com while the new look site is at www.deja.com.

Maybe, they want to see how many people will bother with the old look
and use it instead of the new look???

Leslie
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>From: Charlie [dot] Williamsatecsoft [dot] co [dot] uk[SMTP:Charlie [dot] Williamsatecsoft [dot] co [dot] uk]
>Sent: 17 May 1999 15:19
>To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
>Subject: Re: UKNM: More webwashing
>
>Charlie [email protected]
>17/05/99 15:19
>
>Alex wrote:
>>why would an ordinary user want to block ads anyway? they're often the most
>>entertaining / colourful thing on a site ...
>
>
>So ordinary users only look for sites to be entertained and see nice
>colours?
>
>Take a look at www.deja.com. Dejanews started off as being a site purely
>for the searching and viewing of Usenet. That is, users used it purely for
>info.
>
>Of course, they added banners as they went along, but recently they
>underwent a complete face-lift on the site. It seems to have crossed the
>line that seperates info sites with an acceptable number of banners from
>banner sites with a bit of info at the bottom of each page. Before the
>re-design it looked fairly okay, ie: nondescript as a text-based info site
>should be, plus a couple of easily-ignorable banners. Now it just looks
>shite.
>
>This is what happens when web designers assume users don't mind ads.
>
>Just my 2d.
>
>Charlie.

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Replies
  RE: UKNM: More webwashing, Paul Douglas
  Re: UKNM: More webwashing, Stefan Magdalinski

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