On the “Article Archives” page is now a search function allowing you to enter a particular word and find all the references to that word in the pages on the site. That's a big, much needed enhancement. But the search capability is not "new" technology. It occurred because my colleague who helps me with the website responded to a question I raised in a conversation.
So, I'm asking you, my readers, to offer suggestions for what else is technologically possible, but would be an appropriate addition to this website. Be gentle---read the attached article, “Overcoming the ‘Curse of Knowledge’,” and realize that you may be cursed with understanding the perfect addition for the site, but you will be dealing with a computer-ignorant person as you describe what's possible! Leave a comment or send me an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regarding the attached article, I know well what it is like to listen to more experienced leaders speak in a language I didn't understand. I tended to be the one among my peers who would periodically say, "Excuse me, but could you explain what you mean by that term?" Those leaders had no comprehension that they suffered under the "curse of knowledge"----they believed that they were communicating well. I am a smart person, and I can assure you that MANY people did not understand what they were saying!
Avoid the curse by being aware that those under your authority may not understand that topic that is so obviously understandable to you!