I over ate at a Brazilian Steak House earlier in the week, and I had a tremendously long and traffic ridden commute back to the suburbs. I fought the good battle, but in the end, I had a mini skid that I had to erase by throwing out my chonies.
Wait, wrong thread. Great headline TSN. You made my morning.
TSN seems to be subscribing to the clickbait school of journalism.
I don't think I've visited that site in years. As an aside, does anyone else find the new trend of web development for sports sites hideous? CSN Philly, TSN, NHL.com. All of them are huge and blocky! And the navigation is really not smooth.
The amount of advertising they put on the sites now makes it unusable. Basically they're doing everything wrong now (in terms of ruining the user experience).
The advertisements pop in and out, causing the page content and links to jump around randomly.
The pages take too long to load because of the video ads.
It takes too many clicks to get to the information you want. (Deliberate, because it means more ads.)
Can't read a textual story any more without being forced