New features at the OB Rag give “depth”

by on January 19, 2011 · 2 comments

in Media, Ocean Beach

There’s a couple new features at this here OB Rag website and we want to bring your attention to them.

They are both on the navigation bar – just below our masthead – and they give real depth to the reader’s ability to access certain subjects and issues.

First up is the nav bar button “Columns” – hover over it with your cursor and you’ll see the drop-down list giving you our current columns, from Judi Curry’s “Widder Curry” to Ernie McCray’s “From the Soul” to Anna Daniels’ “Anna’s Video Picks” to Doug Porter’s “The Chronicles of Edumacation“, and others.

Click on any of them and you’ll see a whole series of posts by that columnist.

Hover your cursor over the "Ocean Beach" on our navigation bar and you'll see the drop-down choices.

Secondly, we are proud to show our “Ocean Beach” articles and pieces.

Go back to the nav bar and hover over “Ocean Beach” and the drop-down list will show you a whole host of choices about OB, from Citizen Cane’s “Hitchikers’ Guide to OB“, to all our “OB Flashes” – those sometimes compilations of news and calendar items , to our column of “OB Heroes” – OBcians we have interviewed or highlighted over the last several years, to finally the “OB Time Machine” – a series of posts about OB’s history and historical events.

We plan to add more to the Ocean Beach category, such as reviews of OB businesses and storefronts. And more columns in general are on the horizon as our staff grows and as we have more to offer you, the reader.

So, take some time and check out these new features.

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doug porter January 19, 2011 at 10:48 am

And for those of you are newbies, don’t forget the OB Rag Classifieds. Then, of course, you can follow us on twitter @obrag and facebook “OBRagBlog”. Our FB page includes new links everyday to articles around the blogosphere that we find amusing and/or informative.
How else could you learn that the new Starbucks coffee size is actually larger than the human stomach or has more jolt than a defibrillator?


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