We're presently working on a mobile website so as to cash in on the fact that more and more people have those fancy intertron browsing phones and look things up from there.
We have a draft version of it up. I already have major overhauls I want to do to it but in the mean time we could use some feedback from people that aren't us.
So if you could go to the website from your internet browsing telephone device and peruse it from the standpoint of a general member of the public / potential client, I would greatly appreciate it. The website is presently http://www.beebusters.com/mobile (we'll make it so phones automatically load the mobile version when it goes live). Pretend you're seeing bees (or wasps or yellowjackets) in your yard or wall and are concerned about it and look at the website and tell us how it looks like from that perspective.
Picture of the Day
Picture from the bee yard the other day. This is a really good illustration of the different things bees put in comb. There's capped honey (upper white caps); uncapped honey in which cells are not full yet (left of the capped honey); pollen stores (multi colours in lower left center), and brood (larvae) cells (right side brown caps)! (or see on flickr where the different sections are labelled)