That we're fixing for a friend (the trackpad needs a new circuit board, but he doesn't really want the laptop, so we've been tossing it back and forth) and Other Person was like, "Oh my God, there's room for more stuff! Look at all the room! You could have like, more sidebars and stuff!" and I'm laughing, but I'm also like 0_o, because the last thing I want is to add more code.
But he's right; on widescreens there's enough room to make this into a four column layout (if you're viewing this in your own style, it currently runs one of two, two-column styles depending on your res; on mobile it has one column and nearly no graphics - my favorite of all three).
But - and this is why sometimes I wish everyone knew CSS, so they'd know just what a nightmare it is, and why "bloat" and "page load times" and so on matter - going to a four-column layout for widescreens would mean adding more code, and technically, I consider any background or column changes "a new layout", which would bring me to four of them on a blog maybe a few hundred people a year ever see, and of those, I'd gander 2/3s of them don't see my style thanks to DW's excellent tools to help you never see anyone's.
Plus what would I put in the third and fourth columns? Recipes? Thought of the day? Word of the day? Poems? I could get creative, but...I'd want the extra space on a blog where I could automate the changing of content on a daily basis, but even then, I'm minimalist enough I don't even want the only sidebar I have, so I'd have to think that over. On another website. Because this one doesn't have default support for automated content changing unless I really twist someone's arm to write me some s2 (I know it can be done from the things I saw done on LJ, I just don't know how to convert the code to work on Dreamwidth).
Without automated content changing, if I ever do mess with it - which I'd do only because at anything over 15" wide, the design reminds me of nothing so much as the letter "T", which is why I've taken great pains to widen it over the years, though only up to a certain point - it would be to further widen the main content, but along the same lines as my one-column, with the difference that text would be readable from about three feet away, with no background, maybe just dark text on a plain white page. Maybe some neat typography. Maybe I could use the wider screen to play with the flexbox spec (I almost said "and columns" but no, I really don't think a newspaper or magazine style would suit a personal blog).
Maybe as a winter project.