I have just read "What’s next for the GeForce 500-series?", deceptively placed under the heading "Latest Articles" on the Home page. While there are some aspects of the blog post that I disagree with they have been thoroughly covered in the comments so I won't repeat them here. The issue I would like to raise is about the placement and presentation of blog posts on the Home page. I think it would generally be agreed that blogs are not news articles. They are opinion pieces that represent the thoughts of the author and can be quite subjective. An article (to me at least) implies at least an attempt at objectivity. Both have their place. Presenting something in a list with an entry that contrasts with the others is a form of satire that demeans all the entries in the list. For example one might say that the Ferrari Enzo was a beautiful car up there with the Lamborghini Diablo, Porsche 911 Carrera and the Mazda 323. The casual reader (ie non-regular Bit-tech reader) may read a blog post in amongst a group of reviews and news articles. They would then be quite within their rights to call into question the legitimacy of all that they have read on the site, as there is little to distinguish the subjective from the objective. I am well aware of the 'blog', 'hardware', 'gaming' etc. tags on articles. However that does not lessen the subconscious association one makes. The author is faceless so I, and no doubt many others, associate the source with Bit-tech. One of the reasons I'm a regular reader of Bit-tech is its' objective reporting and great community. I don't want to see the integrity of the reporting eroded or the community alienated by Bit-tech appearing biased.