From: Edwin Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 17 2003 - 09:17:06 MDT
Robin Lee wrote:
> > There are too many redundant elements. For example, the "What is
> > the Singularity Institute" link appears in 5 different places on
> > the front page.
> Given the complaints I've gotten in my own site designs about things
> being too hard to find, that seems like a basic minimum.
That doesn't make sense to me.
> > I don't think "Introductory Material" is a good choice of words.
> > It sounds like you are trying to lend the texts more credibility
> > whereas I think it will have the opposite effect. "Who are you?",
> > a visitor may wonder, to be claiming that the Singularity is
> > worthy of serious study and the essays you write are introductions
> > to an established body of knowledge? In time, perhaps, but that
> > case has not been won yet. ("Essays", "Short Articles", or some
> > such would be better.)
> That objection simply doesn't make any sense to me.
OK, you're probably right about that.
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