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    by alexander on Friday August 24 2001, @11:06PM (#2009)
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    ICANNwatch is a daily stop for me too, and while I obviously don't always agree with what the story contributors have to say, it's usually well selected. I would appreciate very much if some of the anonymous people (Slashdot prefers the term "coward"...) would take the little time and courage it takes to sign up.

    Do you want to know what I dislike? scroller.js. Yes, I mean that scrolling JavaScript thing in the box on the right hand side under "Last news about ...". Here is why: If you are one of those people opening the "Read more" links in a new window -- because there is often more than one interesting story --, a smaller browser window opens. Expand that browser window to full size and the scrolling thing will sit in the middle of the article. Worse still, it knows it is in the way and reloads the whole page in case of a browser resize. I don't know if I'm the only one who dislikes this, but I thought I'd take the post #300 opportunity to ask! :-)

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    by hofjes on Friday August 24 2001, @12:44PM (#2004)
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    I read ICANNWatch every day, if not several times each day.

    Thank you very much for your efforts.
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    by dtobias (dan@tobias.name) on Friday August 24 2001, @05:02PM (#2008)
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    That is not a fair comment. You write anonymously that ICANNWatch doesn't "cover what is really going on", but you offer no clue what goings-on you'd like the site to cover. I guess it's much easier to snipe anonymously at the site than to work constructively to improve it, such as by submitting articles about whatever events you think are being overlooked here.
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