Overhaul the site to use currently available web site editing software and hopefully display better on phones and tablets.
Repair or delete broken links. This is an area where the internet is very different from publishing books: you might have trouble finding an out of print book, but old copies of books don't get changed when a new revision of the book gets
published. However, the "wayback machine" at the Internet Archivedoes keep old copies of many web sites. But back then, the archive tended to skip large images and would not try (or
was blocked) from getting very dynamic sites. Still, the Internet Archive can be very useful. If you agree, make a small donation to them. I have.
Where possible, replaced as many of the formerly "large" images that were 640x480 pixels with something larger (now limited to 1280x1024). Unfortunately, about 10 years ago I made a misguided attempt to save a little disk space by removing
duplicate files and got many of the original pictures I had used from 1998 to 2000. Luckily, with the digital cameras I was using at the time, the "high resolution" pictures were either 1024x768 or 1280x960. Compared to cameras and
smart phones today. Maybe some day there will nostalgia for these, if you can get them to work at all: one has no internal storage card and pictures had to be transferred to a computer using a serial cable. I think film photography
will have a stronger fan base than these early digital cameras.
If you have problems with the new site, or just comments or suggestions, I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plus a few things not deserving a place in the navigation bar: