Awards Honoring Our Design
Received March 9, 2000
The Mix Silver Award
Your site 'Internet Brothers: Helpware for the
Cybercommunity' has won the Mix Silver Award for
Your site is quite impressive. Filled to the brim
with useful tutorials, entertaining and
informative 'musings', and beautiful photographs
that I enjoyed very much. And everything is well
presented, with great navigation and well crafted
graphics. I found myself spending quite a lot of
time going through all that you have to offer.
Mikael "Mix" Eriksson
Webmaster, The Mix Site
Received January 18, 1999
Prism Band Global Excellence
I really enjoyed your
site. It is very informative, easy to navigate and is friendly for all eyes. We
are honored to present you our Global Award for an outstanding web site. It is
quite obvious when someone spends a lot of hours staring at their monitor,
banging away at the keyboard and trying to make their site something to cherish
for themselves as well as for others. I commend you for that. We would
also like to inform you that you are nominated for Top Site of the Month for
February. Good Luck!
Jim Foster - Prism Band
Received January 4, 1999
Nielsen Web Sites & Business Graphics Silver
I enjoyed surfing your
site, and I am sure everybody else will too.
Eric Nielsen - NWS-BG
Eric never has much to say in his site reviews, but he has followed the
Internet Brothers for the past 3 years and 3 web sites and aided our development.
Received February 29, 2000
Shadowrun Silver Surfer Gold
We are proud to have
the SilverSurfer on such a page as yours...It not only reflects your taste...But
also ours...We thank you...Your plaque will be placed under *GOLD*
Rebecca Wright - Shadowrun
The Internet Brothers have implemented
hierarchical menus for navigation. Easier done than said.
menus were created using Peter Belesis' © Dynomat DHTML
from Webreference. Give them a visit, you'll like
what you learn.
While it is easy and comfortable
to let others pull the strings for you, there is an inner satisfaction that
comes from doing it yourself.
Did you know a lion's roar can be
heard from five miles away?
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