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I prefer to see as uncluttered front page as possible.

I like to see things that are of general interest that I wouldn't look for. New discoveries, methods etc. Things that would be of interest outside the specifics. Maybe where the discussion makes more general reading.

Take a newpaper, the front page has the attention grabbing stuff and pointers to other articles that don't fit. Regular features, contributors and so forth are usually in know places so can be found quickly. You may need to know where to look but there are often guides to help new comers.

Papers and their ilk have fixed sizes for a page that is absent in web pages but if the front page gets too much on it then it becomes less usable.


In reply to Re: A new year's request: let's keep the Front Page more current by tweetiepooh
in thread A new year's request: let's keep the Front Page more current by Arunbear

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