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Written by G C Duerden   
Wednesday, 08 October 2014

Regular readers of LDSTech’s blog may have seen a recent change in how the articles are presented. Since July we have added a “read more” button, showing only a tease of the first few sentences to let the reader know the main idea of the articles, and we want to know what our readers think of this.  Is it annoying, do you like it, or are you unaffected by it? What are your opinions?

Input from our readers is important to us. We are actively seeking your comments on the stories and articles on the LDSTech blog. How do they appear on the blog? Is the content of interest to you? What do you like about it and what do you suggest to improve it?

With that invitation, the rest is up to you.  Just add your comment below.



# Chandler Phillip Scott 2014-10-08 17:37
Personally I use an RSS client, so I had not even noticed the change. I guess that means I would like the change, since that is essentially how my RSS client has always worked.
# Samuel Bradshaw 2014-10-08 20:28
I also use an RSS feed reader.
# Glen 2014-10-09 03:17
"...showing only a tease of the first few sentences"

Actually, I can see 2, 3, or 4 paragraphs of the article which is a pretty generous "tease". Having a 'read more' button is pretty standard behavior. The only thing I'd change is to add ellipses to the end of the tease. Currently, the sentence abruptly stops without any punctuation.
# Joshua Marc Howell 2014-10-11 14:18
It isn't annoying, and I like it. It's nice to get a general overview before I dive into the article.
# Thayne Larsen 2014-10-12 00:55
Quoting Joshua Marc Howell:
It isn't annoying, and I like it. It's nice to get a general overview before I dive into the article.

I agree
# Jorlean Ribeiro 2014-10-12 15:30
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# Troy Don McCurdy 2014-10-12 16:35
I like it. I do use the web site and it allows me to quickly scan the articles and select those that I would like to read in its entirety.
# Robert Anderson 2014-10-15 15:29
I also like it. It is good to know a little of what the information is about and it is not hard to see the rest of the articles of interest.

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