TES makeover

17th November 2006 at 00:00
It will no doubt take time to get used to the new layout of the TES. I must say, however, that the white spaces are very handy for jotting notes on, and the font style and size is much easier on the eyes.

Both things that, for various reasons, internet-based applications can struggle with!

Keith Flett

London

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