Well, enough of you haters complained, and that's the reason for the B&W. The Mighty IOZ bows to public opinion. And that's the kind of change that we . . . need.
All right!Gimme some of your coke. Bring it to my front door, while dressed like Santa Claus. Chop chop!
people complained that you were usinga style the doesn't hurt their eyes?Weird.People are stupid. White on black is so much better
Egad nutellaontoast you are mad. White on black is so very much easier to read and there are studies to back it up. I was forced to change my preferences to black on white during IOZ's first color shift (which he did, thankfully, improve). The black on white is fantastic.
All hail our mighty host. I, too, enjoy the black on white. My aged, pre-digital age eyes definitely prefer this!
You are the change we've waited for!
I prefer some color. a lighter color background with darker text. you've got to pick the right color though.
Always choose style over substance! Although my eyes are going, the exotic look of the old page was a stimulating change from the moyen sensuel look of the other blogs that open up, I am told, at the rate of one every two seconds....As Mr. Fundamental noted, though, there is a compromise available. I'd vote for that, if we were voting. Though there's been enough voting about everything lately!
Perhaps the comment section will be easier on the donkle from here on. After all, we can now sympathesize more with seeing the world in black and white.
geez. it's so stark in here. j/k.how about a little ego-stroking... i'd read this blog even if it was white on white. i would go out of my way to cut and paste into word and re-color the text.
LCD vs CRT: energy-wise, LCDs use a constant amount, but CRTs do not. A study looked at an 18-inch CRT and found 102 watts when the common Black-on-White but 79 watts when White-on-Black.Cornea-preference wise, I bet there's a marginal difference, as well
i liked the old colorsblack and white is okay, just kind of gives a weird tint to the voice of the blog
are you seriously telling me that there's such a thing as eco-friendly web design?
It's a lot like Obama's transformation to the Purest Whiteness.
Everyone's a critic . . .
Much better, thanks! :)
I liked the brown =/
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