We can now embed videos from various sources (this one, for example, from Vevo). That means video that is more current and more eclectic
We have just undergone a welcome upgrade.
First, every post on the entire website — that is, daily blog postings, articles in the journal, and all of the documents in the library — can now be downloaded in PDF format. Simply hit the link to the post you’d like to go to, like, say, Michael Dolzani’s article in the journal, “Desert Paradise: A Polemical Re-Introduction to Northrop Frye.” Just beneath the title you’ll see a live “Make a PDF” link; hit that, and you’ll get a printable version of the text; hit the PDF icon at the top of the page, and you’ll get a downloadable PDF version of the article. Better yet, it will be both paginated and searchable. This is a big leap forward for us and a boon for people who want more practical access to this material.
We are also now able to embed video from a number of sites, including:
- Google Video
This too is an exciting development. It means we can get more video to you directly that you can watch on site, rather than simply providing a remote link to it.
We expect there will be more innovations as the summer progresses. We’ll keep you apprised. And, of course, we are always looking for your input and suggestions.