A new website for Computerworld

Redesign integrates site with social networking, adds other features

Computerworld’s website has been redesigned, in order to give readers a better experience online.

New features that have been added include better integration with social networking platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

A recent reader survey showed that 61 percent of Computerworld readers use social networking, so better use of it on our website was a high priority.

Also, the “Most Popular” box has been expanded to include the most emailed as well as the most read, commented and shared stories on the site.

Another change is a tweak in the comments system, with the ability to post a comment now included at the top of a story. We welcome comments, and making it easier to post them was also a priority.

Speaking of comments, what do you think of the new site? We're interested in your views.

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