Awards Bestowed in Kindness
Perhaps the most
flattering form of recognition is the unexpected. These webmasters
have surprised us with their gracious acts of kindness. As you can imagine,
this immediately places them on our "friends list." The Internet's
world of community is alive in those who offer such unsolicited praise. Sincerest
thanks to all.
July 2, 2000
Surfers Choice Internet Awards
Webmaster of the Year
If this distinction
makes you more humble, then I am satiated. Your skills are more than sufficient;
but this award has nothing to do with that anyway.
This award is to celebrate who you are and what you do. To let you know
that you are appreciated for more than your Internet accomplishments, but
also for the battles you have won; the smiles you have given us; the fact
that you include everyone in what you do; the fact that you celebrate your
family and truly love your wife; and because you are revered by so many. It
is my way of venerating you to the world.
I don't wait to honor those I admire the waters are flowing and I cannot
Wally Gross - Surfers Choice Internet Awards
Words cannot describe the elation and humility Internet Brothers feels for this
recognition. It doesn't get much better than this. IB.
October 16, 2000
WebbieWorld Hot Pick
Jeff's site just keeps
getting better and better.
Mark Connell President, WebbieWorld
January 2, 2000
W2K Olive It! Hot Site
This is - truly - one
of the most helpful websites out there. Added bonus: even though the site is
educational (marvelously so), it is never stuffy or tedious and these guys
never, ever take themselves too seriously. Have a look round; there's something
Elise Tomek - Saucy Tomato Design
December 3, 1999
CoolSTOP Best of the Cool
I am pleased to let
you know that your site, Internet Brothers, has been chosen to receive the
CoolSTOP Best of the Cool Award. Your pages stand out because of great graphic
design, creativity, easy navigation and original, entertaining content.
You sense a certain web spirit going on at this content-rich site. In addition
to being "helpware" for web builders, there's photography, site awards, an
interesting navigation system and tons of personality.
Joe Jenett - Coolmaster The CoolSTOP
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.
The great secret of a successful
marriage is to treat all disasters as incidents and none of the incidents as
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