Friday, May 23, 2003

Two Things

1. Steve Verdon has a new site and the Movable Type look is more suited to his brand in my humble opinion.

2. This one will only be useful to web developers and designers: There is a tool called DHTML Menu Builder, written by one Xavier Flix, that for under $100, will give you the ability to create a wide array of completely customizable (font, background images, borders, etc) hierarchical menus that will work in almost any browser. This is a significant value. What makes this software even more incredible is the support that the author provides. I have never waited more than 24 hours to hear directly from the author on implementation questions — in fact, there have been occasions where he has posted a new build of the software containing new functionality that I had asked about on the previous day. Did I mention free upgrades? I don't often promote products, but this guy deserves all the business he can handle.

posted by Malaclypse the Tertiary at 11:17 PM ·

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(in no particular order)
Deinonychus Antirrhopus
The Knowledge Problem
The Volokh Conspiracy
The Kolkata Libertarian
Andrew Sullivan
Little Green Footballs
Dave Barry
Libertarian Samizdata
Balloon Juice
Discount Blogger
Truck and Barter
Peking Duck
The Gweilo Diaries

Ludwig von Mises Institute
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Junk Science
David Friedman
Tech Central Station

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