Does it seem as though too many websites are overusing the pdf format?
Much of the time what comes up (slowly and awkwardly) as pdf is not worth the effort to read. Most of the time you just have to wonder why the material was deemed pdf worthy in the first place.
Concordia Seminary just re-did their website. The feeling was everyone who was submitting items for the site felt the need to pdf them. That has been put to rest now, thankfully.
I was looking at the LCMS convention Today's Business link this morning and of course it's in pdf.
PDF is a memory hog, slow to load and all around irritating to navigate. It often looks horrible on the screen. It could be argued that some material should land in pdf form, material that needs to be protected, but not every blasted thing.