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John Posada wrote:
Gotta tell ya, guys...I looked at the site (kartoo), moved my mouse around
on it for awhile, and suddenly, my brain started to hurt. Reminded me of a
Yeah, after just having done a presentation on Web site usability, I prefer not to have to move my mouse around to display hidden information. At least Google puts the summary info right there on the page and all you have to do is read it. If you don't want it, you don't have to click it.
Kartoo looks wonderful - the Flash aspect gives it the "Wow" factor, but as I get older, I just want to read and click.
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