One thing I love about the new NYT website redesign

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Categories: Internet culture

Many people are complaining about the redesign of the New York Times website. Some of these complaints are from people having trouble finding things on the site, which is prone to happen anytime you change a user interface. Other complaints deal with the smaller font size, which I find annoying as well. (I am a frequent user of the ⌘+ key combo.)

But one thing I love, love, love about the redesign, which I hope is copied by other news sites, is that articles appear on a single page, and I don’t have to click “Next” repeatedly. It really bothers me to have to have to click “Next” to read the remainder of an article.