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MTIV Process Inspiration and Practice for the New Media Designer
MTIV Process Inspiration and Practice for the New Media Designer
by Hillman Curtis
Edition: Paperback
Price: £34.99

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book, different to anything else out there right now ., 29 Jun. 2002
This really is a great book. I have been looking for something like this for a while now and this offers great information without sounding like a patronising textbook, or being yet another awful book on 'usability' that seems to aim to make the web a very stale place indeed.
Some of the ideas and processes here will be a little loose for some those who work for larger corporate eCom/web agencies - and that's exactly why those who do work for corporates should read it. For everyone else this is a really well written find that goes is a great book of inspiration.
Totally recommend.


Gentlemen
Gentlemen
Price: £7.99

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Probably one of the greatest records of the last 10 years, 1 Mar. 2002
This review is from: Gentlemen (Audio CD)
To overstate just how brilliant this record is would be a difficult task indeed. To overstate what a tragedy it is that the Afghan Whigs never became as huge as they should have done is even harder.
Put simply, 'Gentleman' is as close to genius as any rock band either side of the Atlantic came during the 1990's. It really is that good.
This record is the pinnacle of their career - there are many influences here (and I won't do the band the discredit of making lazy comparisons), but the sound is unquestionably all their own. As for the lyrics; there's a depth and poetry to them that any lyricist would die for.
Your actions from here should be:
1. Buy this record.
2. Let the music grow on you (as all the best music does).
3. Lay back and say: 'This is it. How did I let myself miss this one?'
You are going to be totally slain by what you hear. Enjoy.


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