October 23, 2000
2:22 PM   Subscribe

If I ever get as good as Joakim and the Double You crew, I could die a very happy guy. These two new sites for Menta and the Audi A2 pretty much blow my mind.
posted by endquote (9 comments total)
That boy's got talent. Having recently seen a good looking splash screen put together in a matter of minutes, it's the creative talent that separates the good, the bad and the ugly.
posted by Zool at 3:14 PM on October 23, 2000

I’ve seen this guy’s site before, and I really love the fact he buckled down and used dhtml to achieve all these effects instead of flash.
posted by capt.crackpipe at 4:06 PM on October 23, 2000

I'm going to go home now and stop making web pages.

I always wondered what Brian Wilson was thinking when he heard Sgt. Pepper's.
posted by bison at 4:57 PM on October 23, 2000

I guess these are good, but the DHTML gets screwy on my browser, some pages won't work on IE 5 for mac, and the Audi page can't tell that I have Flash installed.

Which is a bummer . . .
posted by aladfar at 5:24 PM on October 23, 2000

Damn, Bison....that was a beautiful analogy.
posted by Optamystic at 6:20 PM on October 23, 2000

Hee. On the double-you site, on a PC, try to right-click to view source.
posted by peterme at 6:28 PM on October 23, 2000

In what concerns alfadar's post, I had the same problem too.
I've got the latest version of Flash installed, have visited a ton of Flash sites during the past few days and I never had a problem.
Until, an Audi page came up saying that I don't have Flash installed...
posted by kchristidis at 4:07 AM on October 24, 2000

Bison, Brian Wilson wrote "Pet Sounds" a year before Sgt. Pepper's [an album Paul McCartney has often said was largely influenced by Pet Sounds]. Or did you mean something else in your analogy?

posted by Karla at 9:14 AM on October 24, 2000

It was still a good analogy. (facts be damned) :)
posted by Optamystic at 11:25 AM on October 24, 2000

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