What's new at
1999: If you're a
regular here, then you've noticed that we haven't made
many changes lately. Well, there's a good reason (read: excuse)
for this! We've been busy building a completely new site
called eFuse.com, the friendly place to learn
how to build a better web site.
Click here to visit this great
new site. You'll
be glad you did.
Why eFuse? Everyone
and their dog needs to build a web site these days. But
even with the best software there's all sorts of stuff a
mammal has to understand before it can create a truly
useful site. Finding accurate and reliable info on the
web today can be difficult, and when you do find it, it's
usually so technical it can make your head explode.
information, inspiration, and assistance written in plain
English by professional writers and designers so it's
easy to understand and apply. eFuse.com is for everyone
who wants to build a more attractive and effective web
site. Learn what you need, painlessly. No experience
necessary. You'll be web-savvy in no time
Other sites are for
technology professionals. eFuse.com is for professionals
who use technology.
eFuse is about providing
solutions to your most common problems. One reader wrote:
"It seems as though you've figured out the major
mistakes people make, and then written (or gathered)
information that helps them overcome or avoid those
mistakes." That's exactly what we try to do.
Visit The Wire, my new opinion
column on i/us! Try some Desktop Yoga!
We're slow but surely
passing the 300 page mark on this site. Here's the
Come see our latest
everything from a slick and amusing Executive Search
site, to a body/mind/spirit connection with the ancient
Chinse art of Qigong.
Two more pages of logos.
Fresh. Juicy logos. Take a look!
Buy some great-looking
fonts, on-line, safely, right from this site. Or buy your
way into a special site just for people who need to know
more about type on the web. Or buy a brand new novel
called Star Crazed!
We now accept First
Virtual for secure on-line payments without your credit
card number floating around cyberspace.
OK, come on now, admit
it. You've been sitting in front of your computer,
non-stop, for the last two years. The good news is that
you don't have to leave your computer to do some fun,
easy stretches that will help you avoid atrophy! Come see this unique new method!
Visit my new opinion column
called The Will-Harris Wire This is where I'll cover timely
topics--and computer and design topics that affect you.
There'll be a new column every other week, so bookmark
this site and visit it regularly. The first column cover
the Microsoft/Apple deal.
You can buy copies of my
rare-first-edition book TypeStyle: how to choose and
use type on a personal computer. Accept no imitations. Get 'em
while they're hot. Not available in stores. While
supplies last. Void where prohibited by law. (OK, so this
is not so new, but I just thought I'd remind you).
Want to see new graphic
stuff? No problem, just click here to see what's new in the Design
Office--new logos, new business
cards, new package
new web site designs.
In TypoFile, you can
read new product reviews and even read my predictions for
the future of computing! (Yes, it's good for a laugh if
Next, you can view the
new WebFonts area, complete with TrueDoc
Dynamic Fonts (well, if you have Navigator4, you can).
You will be so excited by this you won't know
what hit you. Or not.
Am I forgetting
something? Probably--so look around and who knows what
you'll find (nothing unpleasant, I promise).
That's it for now. Are
we having fun yet?
Lost Codes the on-going
saga of Dakota Jackson, successful graphic designer by
day-Internationally known secret agent evenings,
weekends, and most holidays. His specialties are
corporate identities and thwarting insane dictators hell
bent on ruling the world. Can he find the McGuffin stone
and decipher it's secrets written in the arcane language
of HTML? The entire book (except for the last chapter
which you can also read for free if you read the rest) is
on-line for your entertainment (you vill be entertained!)
Read it and see.
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