Jeremy, I came across the "recently logged" page the other day and I find it very useful. We have over 20 cache's in the area and I like to check up on which were logged. By using this page I don't have to check *each* of the 20 cache pages to see if there are any new loggings for that cache. All I have to do is scroll down the list and any *new* logs are listed (by state, and cache name) so that I can go *direct* to that cache page and read the new log info. (yes, I know I can subscribe to the page and get notified of changes ... I don't want to do that)
My suggestion is to re-name the link to this (imho, valuable) page a bit better. Currently you have the link on the SEEK A CACHE page and it reads:
"You may also enjoy reading some experiences from fellow geocachers."
True, but somewhat misleading. The page is a list of *all* the caches that were logged, seperated by the day of logging, for the last few days (currently last 4 days) So, if you check this page every few days you can keep abreast of *all* the local loggings in your area (if that's what suits your fancy)
I'm sending this via the mailing list to let other folks know about this (somewhat hidden) valuable page in case they didn't know about it.
Richard Amirault N1JDU Boston, MA, USA www.erols.com/ramirault "Go Fly A Kite"