Speaking of which, don’t you just hate how writers on about.com are encouraged to break their articles into as many pages as possible (for maximizing ad revenue). CNET is another offender, making these pieces practically too much trouble to read. I’m sure there’s great content there, but I don’t want to spend all that time removing frames and clicking through multiple pages.
Am I the only one who for multiple page articles immediately looks for the printable view link so I don’t have to pause in the middle of an article. Thankfully, fulltext RSS feeds can eliminate the amount of clicking.