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I'm just glad that the Rich Connor photo is available for sale at the Times Leader photo store.Something like that, in a nice frame, would really complete a tastefully decorated NEPA living room.
Or on a coffee mug or mouse pad.
Or the dartboard in the mail room.
"Web 2.0"? Using such a buzzword to describe the poor esthetic choice in the placement of a photo more than once on a page seems erroneous at best. The page can't even be determined as static or dynamic given your contextual media and nothing provided makes any claim of representing "Web 2.0" or Web application, so yours would be a moot point. Furthermore, most informed new media professionals disregard the usage of buzzwords like "Web 2.0" in their work because its ubiquitous meaning adds little value or understanding to a topic or point being made.Your point would be much better communicated if you asked if "this is what passes for..." an effective web layout "in Wilkes-Barre" or some other variation the hits the nail's head more accurately.
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