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I came to the conclusion some time ago that news site redesigns are always bad.  Compared to the previous site, redesigned sites are almost invariably slower, more annoying, harder to use, or a combination of all three.

But Time magazine really takes the prize.  Their old site was plain but basically fine.  The new one is so ugly, squashed, and badly laid out that I can hardly stand to read it anymore.  So I guess I’ll do what I always do in these cases: add it to my RSS feed and never go back again.  Yeesh.

UPDATE: No joy.  The new site engages in one of my pet peeves: cutting off all posts after the first paragraph so you have to click each and every post separately if you want to see what the Swamplanders are talking about today.  RSS to the rescue!  But no.  They only offer a partial feed.  Jesus.

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