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Topic # 5425 27-Oct-2005 17:31
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Another quick giveaway: this time I have a Bluetooth mouse Bluetake BT510 (read review) to giveway.

I want you to give suggestions on how to improve Geekzone: what you would like to see here, what you would add or remove from the services offered.

Write your suggestions here, one entry only per user. I will close this thread 31 October 2005 and draw a name from the entries.

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Reply # 22173 27-Oct-2005 19:00
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Maybe a better layout for the articles section - dont know if I'm just to dumb - but I just wanted to look at articles that relate to say Windows mobile 5.0 I have to search or go throgh all of the articles, maybe add some topics under the articles link????

aside from that I love the site - fantastic information.



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Reply # 22175 27-Oct-2005 19:17
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Good point... If you look at any article on Windows Mobile you will see a category and subcategory just after the headline. Click on one or another to see only items for that specific category or subcategory.





 
 
 
 


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Reply # 22183 27-Oct-2005 21:03
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I think Geekzone is awesome already!!! Keep up the good work.

The only thing i can think of is a slighlty new look maybe? This one could be getting a little tired? Also the column on the left ( the ad and google search) could it be moved to the right side? Since i like to read left->right it tends to keep drawing my attention away from the posts.

But other than that i dont think there is really much to do unless a Geekzone mobile edtion could be done? Theres just too much scrolling on my pocketpc

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