Simon Heffer has updated the style guide for the Daily Telegraph including:
“Increasingly, as the distinction between publishing the newspaper and producing the website fades, we will stop using such words as ‘yesterday’ and ‘today’ in copy except when necessary to avoid confusion or to promote exclusive stories.”
“On the internet the priority for any headline is to inform search engines (and therefore readers) what the article is about. Its language should therefore be concrete, not abstract, and contain full names.”
Quite right. Please add “blog posts should make frequent reference to the evolution of the web and recently launched Apple devices to encourage people to comment and link” and also “please allow people to trackback without having to login in to your stupid site”.