So far into the merger of blogs I have been blown away by the amount of quality information that we've received. The write up on the women's soccer opener was awesome and I can't wait to read more of that during the men's soccer and volleyball seasons as well!
I say this 90% in a good way, 10% in a bad way. Usually I love reading all the non-revenue posts, the extra recruiting notes, and whatnot. But there's times, specifically when I'm gone for a day or so, that I get overwhelmed by the amount of information.
I remember at the time of the merger that Brian said that this was going to be a hurdle: how to distribute all the new information. Instead of just emailing Brian about it I figured I'd make a thread and see if anyone else feels the same way or has any ideas to offer.
My idea would be to have three tabs at the top:
Main, Recruiting, Non-Revenue
I think this would separate the three types of posts most seen on MGoBlog nicely. Instead of having a "Football" page, we have a main page. It would mostly consist of football, but we still need a spot for USMNT coverage, Hoops once football is done, and other random posts that may not be related to M sports. The other two tabs are pretty self-explanatory.
Three tabs is few enough that I think most people would click on each to see if there's a new story they haven't read yet, too.
Any other ideas, or am I just whining for no reason?