Basically, it's a 500-600 word article centered on the page with some navigation links on top, a descriptive heading, a paragraph of introduction text, a 728x90 advertisement, the entire article text, then some links to other articles and websites on the bottom.
There are no layout graphics at all in this layout, only an occasional article-relevant graphic within the article text from time to time. No sidebars, navigation is kept above the heading, and down in the footer. I haven't been adding any links within the article text to relevant articles.
There are 3 sizes of black text, normal, h1, and h2 sizes. The background is solid white and the links are the default blue. The main heading is centered, the rest of the text is left-aligned within the centered 800 pixel column.
The websites use almost no bandwidth, CPU to generate the pages is minimal.
It will be interesting to see if this layout survives, it really does give new meaning to "content is king".