Slow news day

The Times spends much ink telling us that Disney is going to redesign its homepage. Who isn’t always redesigning their homepages? Oh, and who goes to homepages anymore?

  • http://ideasman.wordpress.com/ ggwfung

    “Oh, and who goes to homepages anymore?”

    fair point. I’m starting to view webpages and RSS as two sides of the same coin. One is what THEY want you to see, the other is what YOU want to see. Of course, such a situation can only go on for so long.

    There’s going to be a lot of creative dumping of ads into feeds this year – I just know it.

  • http://blog.handelsblatt.de/indiskretion Thomas Knuewer

    This isn’t only a question of RSS. Who needs the homepages of big companies? When you look at their stats, you’ll see that most of them have numbers which are easily beaten by bigger blogs (at least in Germany). Compared to the money they put into this pages it seems to be a higly unefficient investment.

  • http://zealandactivity.wordpress.com Timothy

    Not only that, but the Wall Street Journal ran the same story on page B1 of its relaunched print edition.