Over the past year or so I've become disenchanted with photography. Not so much by the process but by the way the product is received. People look at photographs on countless devices these days. They're all small and there's no universal calibration among them. The difference between the way photos look on my large screen Imac and on my wife's laptop is shocking. Photos are stretched, mashed, pixelated and re-colored. It's even worse when I look at a photograph on a cell phone of any size. And yet, that's what people look at photographs with. Maybe I should say "what people glance at photographs with." Few care. It's a question of values, like all other things in life. My values are not the values of others. In an effort to battle this uninspired techno-funk, I've been trying to update my web-design skills. Actually, I'm trying to get some web-design skills. My website, though full of product, is laughable when viewed on most of the devices whined about above. I'm interested in hearing what you use to assemble websites. I'm currently doing battle with Rapid Weaver. I find it clunky and counter intuitive. Below is a rudimentary webpage I assembled using RW. I'd like to hear how it looks on your device. I've got piles of exposed film but little desire to process and present it. Contax IIIa.