I’m continuing to make lots of improvements to the blog and my photography website which should be finished in a few weeks. With the introduction of Apple’s iPad, it’s been fascinating to watch web designers scramble to make sure their sites are viewable on the new device, which does not use Flash to display web pages.
Billysheahan.com has always had basic HTML support for devices that don’t allow Flash, but shortly we’ll be unveiling an even better iPad experience for the 400,000 or so people who have rushed out to be the first ones on their block to have an iPad. Stay tuned.
In the meantime, one of the more exciting things happening on the blog is that you can read it in 14 different languages now. I get a lot of international traffic, always interesting to see who is visiting and I thought it would be nice to allow far flung readers to read along in their own language.
So if you look at the right hand sidebar, you’ll see 14 tiny flags which represent the current languages you can read in. Click on a flag, and you’ll see the blog translated into that country’s language.
Most of the translations are already finished, although some will take you to a temporary Google translation page until we catch up on all 14 languages.
Welcome to all the non-English speakers out there. Thanks for following along on the adventure!
The top photograph is one I made of Jillian Ann a few years ago on one of my favorite film cameras, my Nikon F3. It’s good to break out of the film cameras every once in a while. They are good friends.