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i got a little distracted lately and began designing our lab website.

i ended up getting a lot distracted; iweb is incredibly easy to use and making extremely visually appealing websites with very little effort is addictive.

if you’re interested in getting to see what happens when abercrombie & fitch meets a microbiology lab, check it out here.


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2 Responses to “new alm lab website”

  1. on 05 May 2008 at 11:21 am Andrew Louie

    thats the biggest group of nerds If I’ve ever seen one =P

    Also, Nice that you are using Wiki for your site. I too have developed an internal site in my company based on wiki. I like the consistent formatting for all the articles, and the easy of cross linking. takes a lot of the tedious crap out.

    Did you get the Math rendering support with texvc working? that was a real pain in the arse to get working =/ it just plain doesn’t work in windows.

  2. on 13 May 2008 at 7:50 am Lawrence David

    another lab member created that wiki — i’m a fan of how quickly information can be put on them, but i’m a little frustrated with getting them to look attractive. and in practice, i’m starting to see more and more that appearances usually trump content.

    got no idea what you’re talking about with texvc :)

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