After kicking around some ideas for a while, we are just about ready to unleash a new and improved version of the TR front page on an unsuspecting world. Before we do that, we thought we'd give you all a sneak peek and see what you think. You can have a look at the tweaked design right here on our development site.
We've brought scrolly news back to the front page and moved some elements into the right-hand column, kind of opening up the look of things a little. I think it's less intimidating for new folks coming in to the site, while presenting the info regulars will want to see throughout the day with fewer clicks. See what you think. Thanks!
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