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Andover.Net Tech Sightings Award of the Day

Received December 7, 1999
Andover.Net Tech Sighting

Here's yet another HTML tutorial and all around Web building assistance site for you. This one's not boring, though. The Internet Brothers have taken pains to keep that bizarre touch I love so much. This one actually made me laugh... The tutorials are intelligently done, and there is much more than just the requisite HTML. The only thing I don't like about the site is the use of hierarchical menus. Waiting for them to load is a bummer, and they're unnecessary.

Tina Gasperson - Editor Tech Sightings


TechMall - The Technology News and Information Resource Site

Received
October 19, 1999
TechMall Editor's Choice

Congratulations! We here at the TechMall have chosen Internet Brothers as one of the best, most interesting, and most useful sites on the Internet, and we'd like to honor you for your hard work. As a token of our esteem, we would like to present you with the TechMall Editor's Choice Of The Day Award. Thank you for entertaining our websurfers, and for delighting our readers yet to come!

Kelly Newcomb - Editor TechMall


Kresch.com
Received January 15, 1999
Kresch.com Site of the Day

A highly visible European Helpware and Freeware directory, Kresch.com has selected the Internet Brothers as their Site of the Day in both 1998 and 1999 as well as listing us among their Top 40 most popular sites. Our sincere thanks to Karl Resch.


Mesweet
Received January 10, 1999
Mesweet Platinum

You have one terrific site. I loved your navigation. I am real paticular about navigation and yours is right on the button. I would like to commend you for the information you have on your pages. You have done a fantastic job on your web site. I wish you the best for 1999.

Debbie Sharp - Mesweet



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