I definitely liked the summaries of weekly events. Those were dominated by COVID info, understandably, for much of the time, but they weren’t always limited to that (and certainly wouldn’t need to be, going forward). It was a trusted barometer for me on salient developments around the world (whether they might be COVID indicators, signs of economic downturn anywhere across the globe, damage to US crops from storms or insects, etc.) that might influence the need to tweak my prepping supplies for the short term. For example, the explanation of how capacity limitations and the routing of almost all container shipping through China was exacerbating many of the supply-line interruptions helped me understand why they were so random (i.e., that nearly anything could be absent from the store shelves from one week to the next) and for how much longer they might continue (despite any improvements in the COVID situation). Even if they were very short more often than not, I still love the idea of a regularly scheduled “state of the world” update that’s tuned to a prepper perspective. The update could also mention new articles that were posted elsewhere on the site, as I didn’t visit those areas as much after reading through the initial bolus of existing info in each area.