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          old functionality commented  · 

          If someone has figured out an easy way to get at WCB's Internet Access Speed Reports from the new site, please tell me the steps to get there. If you know the best search terms to be successful, that would be useful, but I'd prefer to be able to call up the whole page with all of the reports. This is the final destination (from the old site): http://www.fcc.gov/wcb/iatd/comp.html

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          I think that the website does some things well: The search function is much improved based on my quick test, and it is visually much more appealing. But, I do agree with the sentiment of this posting. The old site, at the moment, does one important thing much better than the new site: being able to find an order and its corresponding speeches based on approximately knowing when an item was passed and either using a Ctrl + F keyword search or visually scanning an entire year's worth of items on one page. As an attorney at the Commission, this feature of the old website gives me more confidence that any searches that I perform for a year's items are fairly exhaustive. The way the new site is set up, I am not given that confidence, though again, this seems easily correctable to me. The links that display an entire year's items should be preserved: this is also true of the bureau pages. Preservation of this advantage of the old site would go a long way to alleviate my fears with the new site.

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