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Better than Better than Your Boyfriend

EDIT : I know the site is kinda a disaster now. At least the cool archive link on the right works. I'm too tired to keep working on it, so it's time for a nap and then REAL work. And then if I don't fall asleep instantly, more work on the site.
That's not a typo - my favorite site just got better. I was talking with a reader of my site and he told me my site was hard to navigate. You know what? He's right.

So, I've done a few things to fix that (and other) problems. The most obvious change is that you no longer have to click "read more" to read the rest of the article. You still have to click "comments" to read comments, because otherwise the page would be even huger than it is now.

Also, if you go directly to a post (either through a link or by clicking the title of a post), you'll see links to the next post and previous post. This is for people that like to read the whole site in order or have some catching up to do. When reading in this mode you can also see all the comments right on the page.

Guy Vidra of The Washington Post event

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Guy Vidra, who just left The Washington Post as the head of new media and mobile, spoke before a standing-room only crowd at 1410Q to share his learning and thoughts on The Mobile Pyramid over his time at the Post.

Guy discussed The Washington Posts's thoughts on SMS, The Mobile Web and iPhone, Android and Blackberry apps.

After Guy's presentation, MobileTech, the mobile web vendor for The Washington Post, and PointAbout, the iPhone app vendor for The Washington Post, discussed both areas in detail.

You can see the video of the event below. Note: the event is 98 minutes long, so it may take ~30 seconds to buffer.

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