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I’m adding archives (finally) — what do you think?

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I get emails like this every week:

Dear Mr. Sethi ,

Your web-page is very soothing to look at, but not so easy to read it. May be you can re-visit your font style.

What a cute, fobby email. So after getting 83295235 emails about iwillteachyoutoberich.com being too long and hard to read, I’m close to unveiling archives so this damn blog doesn’t show 300+ entries on one page (oops).

Richard Wu, who saw one of my desperate requests for help, has been helping build a tweaked iwillteachyoutoberich. It includes archives (so the page isn’t so long), bigger fonts so you don’t go blind, easier navigation between posts, a different URL structure, and some other small improvements.

Here’s a preview:
http://iwillteachyoutoberich.com/blog/ (note: this is just a preview, it doesn’t have my current blog posts, etc).

What do you think? If you see bugs or problems, please leave a comment on this post. We’ll fix anything you spot and then migrate over sometime in the next few days.

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  1. I could care less what your site looks like (or how slow the page loads). Everyone should be reading you via feeds anyway.

    http://onthefly.wordpress.com/2006/11/01/rssatom-feeds/

  2. the archives are nice, but i like the old font better. i didn’t ever have issues with the old font.

    fyi, i’m using firefox 2.0 on windows.

  3. I like the original site better (except for the slow download)…there’s something about that font that makes the page very unique looking. The other “improved” one, with those fonts…well, it just looks like any other “ordinary” blog…

  4. Friendly tip: You’ve built up some great search engine exposure over the course of all your posts… when you change your URL structure, be sure to set up redirects from the old ones so you don’t lose all those links. 🙂

  5. Honestly, I think part of the appeal of this site is that the entire thing is on one page. It creates a chronology that gives the reader the sense that he hasn’t missed anything, and nothing has changed. You feel “in the loop”.

  6. I like having the date in the URL (it doesn’t hurt Google search result listings as I’ve heard people ponder). And the right column starts below the entries in the left column in Win/IE 6 (my only option at work). Otherwise… a lot similar to what you have now, and that is good!

  7. Sheesh, who are these people that don’t like the current format?

    I’d just like toyou to know that its perfect just the way it is! I hope the Table of Contents is staying!

  8. I think its an improvement. Just one small thing: 2 line titles need a little more space between the lines. For example the second post in your example “Friday Entrepreneurs: Kennenth…”. The two lines need more space between them.

  9. I like the current format as well. Doing your entries in a traditional archive format doesn’t make sense since it doesn’t matter when you made posts.

    Also, you already have archive pages. Just remove the title portion of the URL leaving the year and month and there you go. You just need to edit that page so that the titles are actually links to the posts instead of just text.

  10. I definitely prefer the original format as well. Like commenter #3, I don’t think your blog should look like every other blog. I also think including the comments in the same page is more inviting to commenters (and maybe why you receive more comments than most other blogs), and encourages your following to actually read the comments.

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