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The recently launched - a free online repository and distribution channel for text, video and film - is a great idea, but completely let down by its user interface. How can you expect users to make any sort of effective choice on what to watch from a list of videos, for example, without any more information than the video title, the contributor name and the date it was posted? All the elements are there - the forums, the group blog, the user profiles, the most popular lists - but the site needs to present and surface its content in a much more user-friendly way. (via onlineblog)
30 Mar, 2005 | technology

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Online musings of Richard Alderson: aspiring social entrepreneur, writer, photography-lover and closet geek.


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