Here are the latest developments in the Moonblink Eclipse pages, most recent first.

4 August 2018 Improvements to the Tour of The Solar System.
7 July 2018 Added UK Moon rise timings to the total lunar eclipse of 27 Jul, 2018.
20 June 2018 Added the Tour of The Solar System.
10 June 2018 Fixed season indicators in non-consecutive lists, such as the USA eclipse list.
1 June 2018 All connections to the site are now secured with SSL.
31 May 2018 Added a page about Supermoon nonsense.
7 March 2018 Eclipse lists now indicate eclipse seasons (2 or 3 eclipses occurring within a month) using colour bars on the right-hand edge.
25 February 2018 Eclipse lists now have a thick blue line between years, so you can easily see where years start and end.
1 August 2015 Added a new feature to highlight major upcoming eclipses that you should be planning for. You'll see these highlighted in the next 10 years page, and all "plan-for" eclipses are listed on the the home page. This is supported by the new Planning Ahead page. All of this is designed to help people, particularly schools, get the most out of an eclipse without being caught by surprise.
15 April 2015 Added explanations of the eclipse visibility zones to the maps in lunar eclipse pages (years up to 2040).
11 April 2015 Added descriptions of how the Moon's size affects the type of the eclipse to all non-partial solar eclipse pages.
5 April 2015 Added calculations of apogee, perigee and the Sun and Moon apparent sizes to all eclipse pages (from 1600 AD on).
28 February 2015 Some small updates; the timezone picker is now broken down by region, making it easier to use (if you have JavaScript enabled); the solar eclipse maps now highlight the current eclipse (mouse over the eclipse date markers), so they're a little less cluttered.
9 October 2014 Several updates: new sidebar format in eclipse pages to make them nicer; clearer eclipse icons; added a combined eclipse catalog.
3 October 2014 We now show times (local time if configured) in eclipse lists, and at the top of eclipse pages. The boundary between past and future eclipses in lists is highlighted.
14 September 2014 Added lunar tetrads to the stats page. Also the home page now lists the upcoming 3 eclipses, regardless of type.
4 September 2014 Improved the descriptions and viewing details for eclipses up to 2016, and we now have special pages for the 2015 eclipse in the Faroes and Svalbard, and the 2016 eclipse in Indonesia.
29 August 2014 We now have a special page for the 2017 eclipse in the USA, providing detailed descriptions of the eclipse path, weather prospects, and more.
9 July 2014 Since a list showing all eclipse types together might be handy, we now have a list of the next 10 years of eclipses. We also have some improvements to the search engine, and a bunch of minor improvements here and there.
18 June 2014 Lunar eclipse listings now include interactive maps showing the visibility of lunar eclipses; for example, the Lunar Eclipse List.
15 June 2014 All eclipse dates/times are now correctly in UT, as opposed to TD. There should be few visible effects, except that some eclipses will have changed date (particularly ones in the far past), and searching for eclipses by day of the month should now work correctly. See NASA's Dates Don't Match... for more info.
27 May 2014 The search engine is back!
7 May 2014 The UK page now lists all total solar eclipses in UK territories in the 21st century.
5 May 2014 We're back! After a huge hiatus, the Hermit Eclipse site is now totally rebuilt in its new home at New features include configurable timezones for viewing eclipse data; dedicated pages for every single eclipse in 5,000 years; a fully navigable 5,000 year eclipse catalog; and an updated style.
7 Feb 2000 Following the success of the original Eclipse 1999 site, the Hermit Eclipse hit the Web! This is an all-new site about solar and lunar eclipses in general, with detailed information on recent past and near future eclipses of interest.