TTAC Gets Wiki(d)
TTAC has finally hit the big time: we now have a listing on Wikipedia. Right now it's pretty basic. But we trust the worldwide web will nurture our entry and develop it into a listing that befits our no-holds-barred brand. We'll also update the user stats as our reader base grows. Let us know what you think; if there's anything else we should cover in our wikidness. And while you're sharing on meta issues, what's your take on TTAC listing everything on the front page in chronological order– instead of placing the reviews front and center? There would be direct links to items on the right like we have now. But as new content is posted, it would appear at the top of the column on page one. The upside: you'll see everything when you connect to the site. The downside: items will scroll off the page much faster than they do now. And while we're gearing-up for photo galleries, we're worried about the effect on page views. But never mind US. It's all about YOU. Which format would you prefer: the way we are now, or the way it was in our now defunct "classic" view?
Don't change a thing. Especially Mr. Farago's very sharp wit and vast wisdom. And thanks for latching on to Mr. Yates. Why not go after Mr. Bedard, too, and just see what happens? (I'm a former C/D subscriber) Oh, and I happen to think the Grand Prix is quite the handsome car. It just looks G-Mmmy. Seems we should expect that. Still, I mean look at some of the Rivieras that were produced. Except for the Boat-tails ('71 thru '73? Anyone?), they were homely. The Grand Prixs of any year blew 'em away!
I agree that seeing all comments at once was preferable. I think putting all reviews and editorials on the front page would be a good plan. Your editorials are an important draw to this site and you need to have them on your front page. If you put the news blog items on the front page the main articles would disappear too quickly.