Nathan Ashby-Kuhlman is back from a blogging hiatus to bring us some thoughts on timestamps on news sites, including this great idea:
A clearer system would be to use both modification and creation dates -- both an "updated" time and a "posted" time, which would be closer to when the event occurred.
Additional Lessons for Web Design from Mall and Retail Design concludes the three-part series I wrote about a few weeks back. The series compares Web design to the design of stores in the mall.
There were some great user comments in my entry yesterday about "previous" and "next" links on news sites.
Building accessible tables, a detailed yet straightforward evolt.org tutorial, is outstanding. I learned a bunch of tips I can't wait to use.
The vast diversity and typically cluttered design of most online news formats is more difficult to crawl and index than many other types of web sites.