Monthly Archives: September 2007

More on the new MSN UK Home Page

Dear Readers Thanks for the substantial amount and useful feedback — both positive and negative — about the new MSN UK home page which we launched on Tuesday. See my original post. I’d like to answer some of your questions … Continue reading

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No ‘news’ is good news

Posted by Ian   You ‘might’ have noticed a recent ‘trend’ in newspapers and magazines and on websites to ‘report’ the news utilising a ‘morass’ of ‘speech marks’ or ‘inverted commas’.   This is the sort of thing I mean: … Continue reading

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A new MSN homepage

Dear Readers,   Welcome to a new and improved homepage for MSN UK.   There is more of everything you already enjoy on MSN: the new page is wider, deeper and, we hope you will agree, more useful.   It’s … Continue reading

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August monthly mailbag

Posted by Laura   August’s homepage feedback comments, in sympathy with the inclement mood of the UK’s summer climate, made for grey reading that would dampen the spirits of the most thick-skinned editor.   It was a month clouded by accusations … Continue reading

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Spelling it out

Posted by Ian   Microsoft has something of a reputation for being obsessed with acronyms (OWA). Speak to anybody who works for the company and they’ll readily agree the obsession exists, but won’t be able to tell you precisely how and why it … Continue reading

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