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Book Review: Da Vinci Code

If there’s one thing I love about a movie, a book or a website it’s something which keeps my attention, and The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown certainly does that. Never have I read a book before that literally grabs my attention to the…

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New Site Review

For the first time in about a year, I’ve had a new review done by Rhiannon of PetShopGirl’s Reviews. Have a read, it’s good! Feel free to expand on any ideas that have been suggested. I wouldn’t mind some suggestions for other reviewers/reviewing websites too…

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Book Review: Don’t Eat This Book

Don’t Eat This Book, by Morgan Spurlock, is a tongue-in-cheek look at the fast food industry all over the world, focusing primarily on McDonalds in America. This book accompanies his documentary Super Size Me, in which he demonstrated the effect that eating nothing but McDonald’s…

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Review of sami.sophistichiq.com

Reviewed: Sami Site URL: sami.sophistichiq.com First impression: too much text. I like reading websites — they’re quite interesting — I don’t like being chucked in at the deep end though. An introduction should be a few sentences maximum, preferably with a few keywords nicely highlighted…

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Unrequested review of maxed-virtuals.com

Reviewed: No idea Site URL: maxed-virtuals.com I can’t wait to start reviewing this website so I’ll just dive right in… Your splash page — what’s the point of it? Presentationally, it looks okay I guess, but in terms of functionality it achieves nothing. It doesn’t…

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Review of deep-within.dk

Reviewed: Louise Site URL: deep-within.dk My first impressions are that of disorganisation, and not because of your site. You put your domain under a subdomain to hide from someone and then moved it back to the main domain – yet didn’t bother to contact anyone…

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Review of vegabok.com

Reviewed: Brian Site URL: vegabok.com The first thing I notice about your website is that it’s very tidy. It’s rare that I come across a personal or hobby website which takes such a professional approach to design. The subtle colour scheme compliments the crisp style…

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Review of distorted-reflections.net

Reviewed: Ronnie Site URL: distorted-reflections.net Vomit coloured content boxes; awesome! I’m not sure which to criticise first: the colours you picked from the top image as your ‘base’ colours, or the image itself. Obviously the distorted effect suits your the domain name and therefore ties…

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