I cover the waterfront. Recommended reading, links galore, plentiful screenshots, occasional commentary, line and column graphs, photographs, and color-coordinated PowerPoint slides. Not to mention Update City.
I am so impressed with the website design and interface. It is flashy and powerful, yet intuitive and easy to use. I mean, you can click on the an article's title on the digitized table of contents page and go right to the article! There is full-text search! I bet it doesn't meet accessibility standards though, and I had to download and install a Silverlight thing to make it work. But it's still a very impressive website.
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