Hmmm. It's just after 8:00am on Monday morning. I've been up for a couple of hours, looking to see how the Today programme team will set up its experiment in incorporating blogging into its web pages.
That's linked to the Who Runs Britain? poll which I posted about yesterday.
Yes, there's a dedicated web page. But oh dear. You probably can't see it clearly enough in this screen grab, but to the right, just under a side bar which offers "Related Links", there's just a repeated column of the word "link". Yep, they've committed the web design crime of putting up an unfinished page.
C'mon BBC. C'mon Today programme. Surely you can do better than this. Why link people to an uncompleted page?
To be fair, they don't intend to run the poll slot till 8:30am.
But they already had a trail item on well before 8:00am. It was Andrew Marr, nominating Sir Gus O'Donnell, the Cabinet Secretary, and the most senior UK civil servant. Well, not a bad choice as a key power figure who most people know nothing about. It would accord with the view that whoever runs the machinery of government runs the country.
Wikipedia's entry which I linked him to will have given you far more than Andrew Marr's half serious, half tongue in cheek nomination. Typical of that was his characterization of him as the "Caliph of Continuity".
It'll be interesting to see what happens once they run the panel discussion at 8:30.
Verdict so far: could do a lot better. Needs work.