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Thank you for your personal note.I have reviewed the current issue and it is much better — but there is a long way to go. I find it
to be too “busy”. One must “click here, click there”.

Perhaps this is a generational problem — old guys looking for something like the “Marker” while
the youngsters prefer the “click here, click there” approach. The latter might be acceptable providing
that all the information from previous issues is not tacked on to the present one. Why continue to
clutter up the site with old information? How many people access it and is this a worthwhile number?

There was some indication of articles being received for publication. I missed them on my first
“go around” so I will have to try again.

I realize you cannot satisfy everyone. So, just keep up the good work and make improvements
when you can.


3611 Ian Galbraith (RMC ’56)


  • Phil Gunyon

    March 10, 2008 at 3:23 pm

    I must agree with Ian Galbraith that the eVeritas newsletter is too “busy”.

    I’d like to direct the webmaster to the Toronto Star’s website (http://www.thestar.com/). I read it daily and find it’s attraction truly magnetic. Its main section contains no more that a dozen or so headlines, easily scanned. I usually click on about half of them that interest me. For those wanting secondary headlines, there is more below the main section.

    The CBC site on the other hand lacks visual oomph, although the news is there if you look for it (http://www.cbc.ca/news/). I consider it “busy” too.

    Thanks for the opportunity to comment – and keep trying..!! The news is always appreciated.

    3214 Phil Gunyon

  • Lionel Boxer

    March 10, 2008 at 5:19 pm

    I agree – I prefer the former format of e-veritas.

    I prefer scrolling through the site than clicking on links – too busy and I am not sure where I am – I likely miss news.