I regularly don't understand the algorithm that Amazon uses to recommend books to me. It tends to heavily recommend books based on the last book that I bought and then goes overboard, without considering the genre and type of book under that genre that I read.
I believe that algorithm is the cheapest thing that Amazon has used, which brings me to a recommendation that actually WORKED.
I loved this book; it is based on a real story and you can not believe how these men survived (not all of them ..........) shipwrecks at this remote island in the seas between Australia and Antartica.
Lowed it !!!
so I have looked at other webpages and I am realizing that I am posting too many pictures of not the best quality instead of creating posts with stories with the best pictures and THEN add links to the bulk of the pictures in my Flickr account.
I started to also organize to reduce the drop down menus, specially under Utah Hikes. I want to just post perfect pics to make this attractive, quality over quantity. But I find it hard to reduce the number of pictures, but I have to. I think I have done that in half of the Utah pages and now I need to think how to re-organize the GlacierNP page and create areas of hikes instead of one page per trail. We will see.