Not being an authentic geek (I just play one at the office), I still have a front-row seat to the exciting process of web development in real time. The most recent series of events was a wild ride from top to bottom, with seemingly endless learning along the way, something the user of Mises.org doesn’t see directly but which makes an enormous difference in the overall experience of the site and its capacity for further development to keep up with the resources and technology.
It all began with the search engine (can we formulate a rule that it always begins with the search engine?). Google has been very sweet to Mises.org all these years, given us public results we could use in a nifty (AJAX) application running on every page of the site. Bliss was it to be alive for all those years. Then one day we discovered that we had exhausted the limits of our benefactor’s charity. FULL ARTICLE