As you might recall, the Chron recently announced that, in an effort “to provide a better reading experience for Sunday print subscribers and to differentiate it from our website,” certain items that appear in the print and e-edition Sunday Chronicle would not appear on their website until the following Tuesday.
On Sunday, I gave you a rundown of this weekend’s print only content, but why take my word for whether or not the Sunday Chron was worth the $3? You tell me:
America’s wild horse saga becomes The saga of America’s wild horses online. My obsession with the minute changes the headlines get when (as you’ll see, generally the non-sports) stories go online continues! I cannot see any SEO reason to change them as they do, anyone else have any ideas?
Student protests vs. fiscal reality becomes Student protests impressive; results may not be when it hits the information superhighway. Maybe a length thing? Is that it?
Brown is free to stake out the middle ground becomes Brown heads for middle as GOP rivals go right in cyberspace.
Venture capitalist sets sights on SF mayor’s race is Entrepreneur eyes San Francisco mayor’s race on SFGate. Another thing that’s annoying about these different headlines is that if you search for the print one, you don’t always find the article. Which, I know, TREMENDOUS INCONVENIENCE for the online writer seeking to mock their print only strategy, terrible, terrible. But, still.
Henry Schulman Utilityman kept the faith is now Longtime utility man Mark DeRosa kept the faith