Glad you like the directory entry.
Indeed, setting up and maintaining a truly vibrant parish web presence could indeed be a full time job. Very honestly, I'd be thrilled if a lot more parishes achieved at least a static web presence to let folks know they're out there. Barring that, I guess directory entries will serve that purpose for some.
I'm afraid that G+ pages will have to become a lot more common before I'm convinced to add them. An increased number of parishes with Flickr sites only recently caused me to add a field for a link to those and I haven't linked many as yet - although I must admit that the G+ pages are very attractive.
My reticence is a function of space and formatting, the not insignificant bandwidth that I'm sure the directory is presently using (and which ByzCath generously hosts), and the time to keep up with adding data. There are close to 140 (mandatory and optional) fields in each directory entry; only a few are auto generated - the rest must be researched and keyed in. We're only now beginning to enter UGCC parishes in the US and Canada and there are Churches (e.g., Maronite, Chaldean, Syro-Malankara) that haven't even been touched as yet.
Did the best I could with the exterior photo - the slightly askew mailbox resisted all efforts to exclude it from the scene
By the way, on one of your excellent lists of resource links, one is posted for 'byzantines.net'. Regretably, that site shut down several years ago.