February 12, 2004
You Buy An Old Summer Camp. Now What Do You Do?
(Excellent, restrained Flash underscores living WITH the resources at hand and not depleting them...)
13 years ago
Great web design - for a
! Seriously, fantastic use of the web.
What? We are polluting the earth and screwing up our natural environment? Oh, ok it's more interesting now that I found the main menu.
What they didn't know was that 49 years 364 days ago, the camp had been the site of a grizzly murder. The killer had gutted his victims like trout, strangled them with their own intestines, then shambled off into the woods never to be seen again. Never that is until now. *cue ch-ch-ch ah-ah-ah sounds*
What those hippies haf done to my ol' cabin?! Me and my
are gonna pay a visit... *readies double barreled shotgun labeled "Lily"*
That is an excellently designed site. A usable flash interface - will wonders never cease... The talk about needing a new paradigm in our thinking so we can embrace sustainable development, though...
Lady: Oh, God, yes. We're talking about a totally outrageous paradigm. Meyer: Excuse me, but "proactive" and "paradigm"? Aren't these just buzzwords that dumb people use to sound important?
Usable is a relative term. Sure, it's usable compared to most flash sites, but it still takes forever to figure out what it's about. I'm of the MuchMusic generation, and I have the attention span of a particularly active flea. Why can't people just use nice organised HTML, with the "about" and "faq" pages fairly prominant?