Apparently The Blade no longer runs a Monday business section? Extremely disappointing as local business news is one of my primary purposes of reading the paper.
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Mine, too, since the comics are no longer funny, except for Dilbert. I didn't even have time to read the paper today, what's in it's place?
They had a special supplement discussing local Mexican eateries.
It looks like the Monday business section was replaced by two pages of ourtowns. So as a downtowner my town is apparently sylvania, blissfield, and bedford. I've noticed overtime the Monday business section had been cut to 1 page, now none.
In addition I don't like to the new online layout. The design is ok just not the organization and ease of use. The previous version seemed easier to find articles of interest on the landing page now I have to search for them under the mast head sections. I guess they are trying to mimic the nytimes site but I prefer the groupings and ease of use detroitnews site. The less I have to click around the more I read.
Paul Helm where are you?
MrGlass419: I'm sorry for the delay. I don't know how I missed this thread yesterday.
Unfortunately, The Blade had to stop printing a Monday business section years ago. I forgot what year it ended. I am looking into what year it was, exactly.
MrGlass419: Thank you for providing your input regarding the toledoblade.com layout. The Blade needs its audience to provide feedback.
The NYTimes is showing off their new design here: http://www.nytimes.com/marketing/prototype/
toledolen_ : Thanks for the link. I am going to pass it along.
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Don't copy it, think you will get in trouble ha ha ha.
I know! Mary Worth has gotten less funnier over the years.