I posted an update to my old page on die links as used in ancient numismatics. While the page is substantially the same as the old version, new photos were posted and the 'test' at the end was made a bit larger (but not really any harder). Anyone here who might find it useful are invited to visit.
This page was updated at the suggestion of someone who thought the old photos needed work. I hope this fits the bill. Now I need to decide where to go next before I run out of the urge to catch up on ten years of neglecting the website. I really don't have a lot new to say so I'm concentrating on fixing the old things that have become rusty.
Posted since the 2011 update urge hit:http://www.forumancientcoins.com/dougsmith/coinshow2011.html
The Coin Show - a 2011 Sequelhttp://www.forumancientcoins.com/dougsmith/feac71leo.html
5th Century Roman Bronzes (old page had several spelling errors but now has new pictures)
I appreciate that the larger pictures may not be appreciated by those paying for Internet access by the byte. Most of my earlier pages date from a time when most people had dial up modems and 640x480 monitors. I only write plain brown wrapper HTML code and have absolutely no desire to learn the modern scripts that are expected on web pages these days. I hope my new pages will be viewable on a reasonable percentage of your computers.