Let users preview changes (and a corporate blogging tale)

Yahoo! TV recently released a new design without offering up a beta test or preview (like we did with Yahoo! Mail) and the on-line reactions have been resoundingly negative

Don't Fuck With Simple by Jeremy Zawodny, and Yahoo’s Blog Takes Its Blogging Lumps, Like a Real Blog Should by Tony Hung, both offer a terrific lesson about redesigning big web properties and managing a public corporate blog with comments open to good and bad feedback.

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