"Home pages, such a quaint old-fashioned notion…"
I blogged about it too but can’t find the link (maybe I didn’t blog about it after all. Hmm).
Anyway, the Guardian gave it’s homepage a nice, but rather traditional homepage re-vamp at the time, then the Telegraph unveiled it’s MyTelegraph service and now the New York Times has gone all Netvibes on us.
It seems the NYT’s idea pretty much falls into Jarvis’s argument that traditional media in the online space must be prepared to give readers control of their content, its formatting and how they access it. I haven’t had a play yet but it looks like they’re doing just that.