USA Today Goes Interactive

Posted on March 6, 2007

USA Today has launched a redesign of its website that includes new social networking community features. USA Today readers can now get their own profile on the website. Once people have registered for a profile they can leave comments under any article or blog post on the website. People can also have an avatar image that will be displayed next to any comment they leave.
What is my Profile Image?
Your profile image is a personal photo or other graphic that you can upload to personalize your site experience. Other readers will see your profile image alongside any comments or forum posts you contribute on the site.

You can upload a profile image of your own choosing, or you can select from a set of profile images that we have created for you. You can change or remove your profile image at any time by visiting your profile (See "How do I access my profile?" above).
USA Today is also featuring comments in a section located on the top of its homepage. The big redesign also includes some blog content from Pluck.

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