Programming notes

by Aaron Wherry

A couple developments here at Macleans.ca.

First, our political coverage now has a new home at Macleans.ca/politics. We’ll be building that homepage up in the weeks and months ahead.

Second, we’ve started streaming Question Period on the website each day. It too is a work in progress, but all progress is good progress.

Those features are in addition to our morning tease and our daily round-up of the political chat shows.




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Programming notes

  1. Well Aaron now you have done it.

    “all progress is good progress”… so John (the Muppet) has been right all along, you are clearly a progressive.

  2. I like all the new features, but MAN, do I hate all the neverending twitter stories that I have to scroll and scroll past, and also — sorry I know you need ad revenue and subscribers, but the constant pop ups asking me to subscribe are really starting to get to me. That is all.

    • Yeah, that popup really should be limited to once per browser per day. Or something more effective such as killed with fire.

      • It’s an irritant, yes, but with the coming paywall tsunami looming
        on the horizon, a minor one.

    • Complaining about one mouse click? Sheesh.

  3. This division of labour should be interesting – if you see a political/ideological bias in some of the non-political reporting.

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