We come across a lot of interesting ideas and innovative solutions, but we choose only a few to discuss in detail. The best of the stories we don't cover get selected and collated as headlines in News and Views. It's like a little Worldchanging news service. Here's the news for March.
1 - Mar
Nice selection of headlines, David. Could I make some suggestions, based on my experience at Energy Bulletin?
1. Readers usually find it easier to cope with headlines if they are grouped by subject rather than by date. 60 separate headlines are overwhelming, whereas 10 clumps of six headlines apiece is easier to handle.
It's not always easy to come up with appropriate subjects, and to know which headlines fit where -- but the categorization doesn't have to be perfect. Anything is better than one massive list!
2. When you do use chronological order, reverse chronological order is usually better. The latest news is usually fresher and of greater interest. Therefore it should go towards the top of the page.
3. A list of news every week or two weeks might be better than waiting for a month.
I hope to see more of your headlines!