As night owl, I often notice the changeover in my verse at midnight. It makes a good end-of-day devotional. And because I constantly use my site as a “sandbox” for CSS, HTML, and design, I can watch my site evolve and always know I have a constant design element and theme – God’s word.
I think there is a place for God’s word on just about any website. I would love to share and compare with other bloggers to find unique and truly useful ways to use The Holy Bible, English Standard Version to set our sites apart with the best content on the Internet: God’s eternal, life-giving truth.
I learned of your blog through the ESV Blog and have also added the ESV feed to my new blog. Thanks for your inspiring use of the Lord's Word.
I also saw you on the ESV blog. I've been using the ESV feed for my blog (JakeBouma.com) for a couple of years now. I agree with you in that it has a power of accountability for what you post. I am actually in the process of redesigning my site, and I'm going from a 3-column layout to a 2-column layout. As such, I have to cut down on the information displayed, and the ESV is going to remain prominently displayed!