Out of curiosity, how do you view this site? Not in the sense of, “Is this guy the next Zen master & Enlightenment elf?” but in the sense of, “Email? Website? Phone? Tablet? Desktop?”
I ask in part because a month ago I changed the background graphics for those viewing the site on a desktop with a typical browser, such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and so on. While I originally had a grey-blue background with an old picture of Fifi (the CAF’s B-29) and some of our other planes escorting her into Camarillo in 2013.
That image was sort of dull I finally realized, so I changed it to the current one, a NASA-Hubble photo of Omega Centaur. There are a lot of adjectives that describe it, but “dull’ will never be one.
Yet no one said a word. Not one.
That made me think that most of those of you who view the site routinely and subscribe, probably get each post in your email. That’s the way I get other blogs that I subscribe to, and I know that the email versions are streamlined for that format and leave out a lot of the razzle-dazzle items that the webpage itself has. Meanwhile, folks stumbling onto the site without any background or reference would just see the new background and figure that’s the way it always is.
This theory makes sense, but I figured it wouldn’t hurt to ask. So, how do you view this site?
Email? The website itself? On your phone? A tablet? A desktop? Which browser? Chrome? IE? Firefox?
I’m curious. Feel free to stick something in the comments if you wish to share.