Joint Forces Quarterly needs to create a website that reflects the modern use of the internet as something more than a medium of distribution of pdf files. Not only is a website of pdf files not user friendly and cumbersome to the potential reader, but it also fails to take advantage of any user interaction. Now of course some senior officers might respond by saying we don't want just anyone to be able to post on the JFQ website. If the Navy Exchange website can verify my identity to allow online ordering of uniforms, then I would hope that JFQ could as well.
I'm using firefox on OS X, not an unusual browser/operating system combination, and I see text placed atop images such that I have difficulty reading it.