CR Blog Redesigned

We’ve had a redesign…

We’ve had a redesign…

We know how sharply observant our readers are, so you’ve probably noticed that the blog looks different today. It’s been redesigned to bring it more in line with the look of the magazine and, we hope, generally make it cleaner and easier to read.

There are a few new functions. To the top right, you can now list either the most read comments in the past two weeks, those that have had the most comments, or view categories. The comments section separates out individual comments to make it clearer and easier to read. And we have done away with our old general home page at so that everyone now comes straight through to the blog.

This is the first day of the new site so there may well be teething troubles – if you are having any problems at all, please let us know in the comments section and we will address them as soon as possible.

I’d like to thank Marcus Taylor and the team at Taylor Thomas for all their hard work on the redesign.

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