re: What is a website that you visit regularly despite its technical quality and user experience? VIEW POST

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Any of the Kinja websites: Deadspin, Lifehacker, Jezebel, The Root, etc. Kinja is their collective sign-in/commenting system and it wrecks havoc on any device that uses touch input. If I attempt to use autocorrect or autofill, it inserts what was typed AND what was autofilled. For example, if I type "stupod", then catch my mistake and put the cursor between the p and the o and select "stupid" from the word menu, it would then display "stupstupidod". Alternatively, if I am typing "approximately", and after typing "appr" I select the word from the menut, it displays "apprapproximately".

Finally, it takes forever to load and render comments and frequently crashes on yhreads greater than 100 comments.

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