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DaV5 Disapointments?I dont know how everyone else feels on this subject, but to me I was expecting the design and layout to be a bit better in some areas (referring to chat, forums, profile, settings, etc).DaV5 Disapointments? by milesj
Those areas of the site still look or resemble closely to the v4 layout, and I think that it should not be that way. Every area of the site should be redone, the old v4 mixed with the new v5 headers and footers (which are great btw) does not look good in the least bit. Even though the profile page has been changed a tad, the colors arent great, I would suggest that the colors from the news page or the home page should be used globally.
I dont know if the staff is planning on changing these at a later time, or leaving them the same, but I was wondering how everyone else feels on this?
English Spelling: Tu Dam Hard?In May, kaujot submitted an Associated Press article reporting that there are over a billion words in the English language. divinedecay recently sent us a link to "Push for simpler spelling persists" by Darlene Superville, which examines the debate that many of those billion-plus words are too hard to spell. Some are so passionate about this topic that they even protest the National Spelling Bee.English Spelling: Tu Dam Hard? by bananaprincess
This push is not solely the result of recent developments such as texting and 1337 gamers; Superville notes that historic supporters of English spelling reform include Andrew Carnegie, George Bernard Shaw, Theodore Roosevelt, Melvil Dewey, Daniel Webster, Benjamin Franklin, and Mark Twain. The Simplified Spelling Society (SSS), a lo
J.K. Rowling greatest living author?J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter books, is the greatest living British writer, according to a poll in The Book Magazine.J.K. Rowling greatest living author? by xork
Rowling received nearly three times the votes of second-place author Terry Pratchett. The other writers in the top five were Ian McEwan, Salman Rushdie, and Kazuo Ishiguro.
"Our survey provides a fascinating insight into what the British public thinks makes a 'great' writer," said Christine Kidney, editor of the trade paper.
Source: BBC News.
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