I'm not sure many readers have ever had the strength to scroll all the way to the bottom of my Near Southeast home page, so many of you might have missed the goofy little "slide shows" I had there showing the construction progress at Capitol Hill Tower
and DOT HQ
. But since the home page has gotten unbearably huge, I decided to now just show a random one each time you load the home page, but I've also created a Construction Slide Shows
page to give them their own space. A random one comes up each time you load the page, then you can click on the links to choose another. And I've also added a new one, for Capper Seniors #1
. Meanwhile, in other site news, if you've visited in the past week or so you've probably noticed the slight design change, with navigation links and ads now running down the right-hand side of the page, instead of taking up precious real estate in the main portion of the pages. And perhaps now having the list of Near Southeast pages visible (instead of in dropdown boxes) will make roaming the site easier. Or scarier, if you're alarmed by exactly how much is here. UPDATE:
And I added a Blog Archive list of links, allowing you to go back through my posts month-by-month, if you are ever so inclined.