Randy Cox wrote:
I disagree. If a person crafts a geek list to be presented in the manner they choose, then re-sorting it by something like "rating" could easily make the narrative accompanying the list entries cease to make sense.
Well, what about this scenario: I'm looking at a five page list of games about elephants, and I want to see which elephant game is the most highly rated. I click on "sort by rank" and the list is magically resorted for me, *but not for anyone else*. When I revisit the geeklist page in the future, it is still in the author's intended order. That way no narratives are damaged and the utility of the geeklist is improved, in some situations.