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Ann R. Thryft
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Re: Slide shows rule
Ann R. Thryft   2/1/2013 12:06:16 PM
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Most of the articles are also car-related.

apresher
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apresher   1/10/2013 4:12:11 PM
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From the iOS and slide show comments, maybe it's obvious that Design News needs to move further toward multimedia and more sophisticated apps.

richnass
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Re: iOS
richnass   1/4/2013 9:23:27 AM
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Cabe, you may have been saying that in jest, but there's likely some truth to it. Apple and its associated apps are hot right now.

Mydesign
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Mydesign   1/4/2013 5:23:37 AM
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Richard, if we are going through the list it seems that Communication and Automobiles are more interested topics to our readers and environmental issues are the concerns, where most of them commented. I think this type of analysis will help you to plan which are the topics more interested to our community members.

Elizabeth M
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Environmentally friendly
Elizabeth M   1/4/2013 4:36:57 AM
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It's nice to see readers interested in articles interested in issues that affect the environment, like global warming and hybrid cars. I'm expecting the environment and ways engineers and designers can improve energy efficiency in products as well as be more environmentally friendly in general to continue to be hot issues in 2013.

Charles Murray
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Slide shows rule
Charles Murray   1/3/2013 7:43:04 PM
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Ah, the wonders of the slide show. All of the top five read articles are slide shows.

Cabe Atwell
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iOS
Cabe Atwell   1/3/2013 6:07:12 PM
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Lesson learned, add "iOS" to your article for more readers.

 

Glad to see people are interested in EVs. I hope many drive one by the end of 2013.

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