Put an alphabetical index of ideas on your site

I think it would be good for your viewers if put a prominent alphabetical index of ideas on your site.

It would make browsing a lot easier.

Here is an alphabetical list I compiled from information I found on your site.

2008 Elections,
Architecture & Design,
Arts & Culture,
Business & Economics,
Energy Policy,
Faith & Beliefs,
Foreign Policy,
Life & Death,
Love & Happiness,
Media & the Press,
Medicine & Biology,
Outlook & the Future,
Personal History,
Policy & Politics,
Rest & Diversions,
Science & Technology,
Space & Time,
Theater & Film,
Truth & Justice,
World (includes sub-topics: Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, United States)

I will be putting the above list on my website and would appreciate it if you would notify me when you add new categories, so I can update my list.

Marty Carbone

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