the good -the bad -the ugly
Now for the best Homepage...I just cannot say...I suspect that I will be able to pick on soon since our classes homepages are going up now...I suspect that they will be much better than the ones I have seen on the web so far...(it seems that there is something fundamentally wrong with the pieces I have seen so far. Though I cannot place my finger on it. http://path.upmc.edu/~ahmed/ (this is for you if you cannot wait...it was simple ...graphic and did not take forever to load..thank god.
This guy makes me wanna cry. What a loser, that he has to whine about how terrible his life is to thousands of people. No good pictures, all scroll.
Evaluated by Kat
Weak home page
This page just takes forever to load, note the overdone background graphics. It's full of links to things that you could say define the author but little information is provided about this person.
Evaluated by Charles Fleharty
Weak home page
Ben Hom for Mayer of San
Hom's page is as boring as it gets. So far, none of the links work, and there's a hugh picture file that takes a decade to download on a 14.4 modem. A bad example of political propoganda on the 'net.
Evaluated by Ernest Cajulao
www.gate.net/~beaumont/skyscape.html Weak Page
This page was poorly designed with tacky images and not enough info.
Evaluated by Mark Daugherty
You Know That One Scene From
Terminator 2 Where Sarah Connor Opens Up With Automatic Weapons Fire on
the Quiet Suburban Home of the Man Who Invented the Computer Chip that
Brings About the End of The World? Well, If I Where Sarah Connor That
Man's Name Would Be Ralph Becker.
Ralph Becker's homepage represents everything that sucks about the condition of homepages. It is self-serving, banal, superficial, vulgar, arrogant, timid, and dim witted. In short, it is a perfect replication of the model from which virtually all other homepages on the web are made.
Evaluated by Shannon Perkins
An example of a good personal home page: http://www.well.com/user/xkot/me.html
My favorite home page is The Zone I Gallery by E. A. Kennedy. Kennedy has created a home page which shows his back and white photographs in the most beautiful and dramatic way imaginable, given the World Wide Web resources. His opening photo, "Homeboy," is so tantalizing that it demands a scroll down to look at the rest of it. There is really a lot of good material here, not surprising when you find out that Kennedy is a professional news photographer--another reason to admire him. Kennedy's homepage has had a big influence on my web design.
Go back to Jean Eger's Printmaking Home Page
Copyright © 1995 Jean Eger
How could they do that to me? Sillicon Graphics? What a disappointment. Too many colors! Too many buttons! Full of links! Too many different types of logos and graphics!
Evaluated by Hiroko Muto
Weak home page
Thamer's weak attempt
I felt this was a poor example because it was visually unapealing and not very interesting. He also didn't offer much in the way of personal data, just some links he thought were interesting.
Evaluated by John Blackett
URL to John Blackett's Home Pages
John BLackettHome Page
URL to John Blackett's Future Home Page
John Blackett Future Home Page
one of the worst pages i've seen is : http://bin.gnn.com/cgi-bin/gnn/netizens/show?locah-le-laird-pimp-of-the-year-get ting-snitches-madden-93-dominator-all-day- beat-your-j-make-you-pay It was nothing but an advertisement one of the better pages i've seen was: http://www.tezcat.com/~nurse/CELEBDEATHLIST.shtml. I liked it becauce he/she made it easy for me to turn on and off pics by giving me commands. I also find it interesting on the subject matter and this one concerning celeberty deaths actually had me looking around. I don't know maybe I'm