With freezing levels and snow falling in the passes we are doing our best to prepare ourselves and the Web site for the winter season. We have made changes which should allow the site to handle more visitors and withstand the heavier usage that always comes when the weather goes south. What else can we do? This is the question I ask myself.
We offer RSS feeds as a way to keep up on news and the latest pass reports without having to visit the Web site to see what's new. We also have a Twitter account which allows us to publish quick updates to our followers which can be instantly sent to a mobile phone if you choose. We have been kicking around the idea of publishing the Seattle Area Incidents to Twitter - is there value in this for you?
We want to be able to provide you with the information you are looking for in the most efficient way possible so you can make informed decisions. Does this mean custom Google Gadgets for your iGoogle page? Is it an application you can add to your Facebook account? Facebook and other Social networking Web sites can be powerful forms of communication.
So I ask you, when you come to our site what are you looking for? Are there other ways we can provide you with that information?
Let me know.