The Web of Disappointment

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Jo Spurling

I don't know if it's because I am getting older, and perhaps somewhat grumpier, but of late I have been continuously disappointed by the amount of terrible websites there are to be found on the net. Just as nothing says "I don't care" faster than a set of tracksuit pants...

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About the author

Jo Spurling is the Editor and sometime writer of things for Desktop magazine, Australia's most recognised, platform-independent graphic arts information source. Each month, Desktop reports on a range of topics, impacting graphic arts professionals including: digital and traditional print, paper and ink, web design, pre-press, publishing, animation, multimedia and production. Jo is also the online editor for the website, www.desktopmag.com.au and spends any spare time she may have working on her personal project - Miss Blimey, a female pirate whose adventures can be found on her website, www.missblimey.com.