The Washington Post is one of them. (It's actually cool to watch in "real-time", because they use AJAX, so you'll be reading a post and it keeps moving down and down and down the page as other people make posts as you read!!)
My thinking too.
So what constitutes "Page 3" in # of Posts?
Below you mention "50" as a number...
So you didn't really answer Question #1 in my OP, which deals with this...
The more I think about it, the more I am leaning towards having one long, vertical page with everything on it.
Personally, I hate it when websites make you navigate pages to read one article, so having the entire Article on one page is a must!
And following that logic, why not do the same for Comments?
The only downside I can see is if there was no Comment limit, because you would NOT want an Article + 1,000 Comments all on one page?! (And I sure as heck wouldn't want to pay for that much data usage!!!) :eek:
So my preference would be have everything on one page - including Comments - and limit them to maybe 100 by default. (There could be an option for the Admin to keep Comments open longer if the conversation was good.)
With the advent of mobile devices, isn't the new trend to have everything "vertical" so users can just "thumb" their way down a page?