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April 3, 2012
This is a small thing, but nonetheless irritating, at least to me. Can anyone explain why some of the pharma-and-tech news sites (such as Xconomy and FiercePharma) have been redesigning their sites with lots of great, big, headline fonts set in plenty of roomy white space? First it was Gmail going to "you-don't-need-all-that" mode, which makes me wonder if this is some sort of foul trend. I may be an oddball, but I like information-dense pages, at least in a news site. All these newer versions look like the low-calorie versions, a bit of colorful stuff dabbed onto an oversized white plate. OK, /grumble for now. . .
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