I visited Tomaž Humar's page yesterday for the first time in years. Since his insane climb is approaching I'll probably be visiting it regularly in next days. The page looks really nice and fresh.
Since the site is all about news about Tomaž and his team, a blog-like news section is the heart of it. But wait - there is no feed! This is ideal example where syndication feed makes a lot of sense. A user that would subscribe would be instantly notified of any new happenings but without feed I have to visit page every couple of hours in order to see if there is anything new. And there are no ads so there are no rewards for the authors if I visit the page more often. Just hits in their stats, so they will be able to brag afterwards on TV.
Man, that's so 20th century! Adding a feed would take a semi-experienced web "programmer" 20 minutes max. And it's not like there is a new revolutionary technology in web development world every week. But, guys, when it appears, learn about and use it. How hard can it be?
BTW: Wikipedia knows nothing about Tomaž. I bet there are hundreds climbing loving computer and English literate people in Slovenia - but none to write about Tomaž?
[Update #1, 10 minutes later] Slovenian Wikipedia does find couple of pages about Tomaž!
[Update #2, Sunday evening] We'll my critique somehow got to the author(s?) of the page, but they didn't take it very well. Even an insult flew my way. But it looks my idea wasn't all that bad, since they already added RSS feed. Way to go! Subscribed.