Despite being loaded with graphics which may hinder users with slower Net connections, this attractive and well-designed site is still worth visiting. Moonfruit employs a free and easy-to-use website building kit and since opening in January, more than 60,000 sites have been set up. Get yourself on-line - it's easy - and if you need any proof of what can be achieved, check out these sample sites - , www.sketty.moon fruit.com and www.film2001. moonfruit.com.
This site is aimed at motion web designers and artists - but is a great creative tool for anyone with imagination. A new theme is posted every day in the form of 24 pieces of inspiration. These could be pieces of text, stray animations - whatever really. The designers hope that these will spur some kind of creative reaction from visitors. External submissions are welcome, so go on - have a go.
It seems likely that within the next 50 years or so the rich among us will be able to take trips to the moon. But you don't have to be German to get there first. Lay down your own cyber towel by buying an acre of the Moon (Mars, Venus and Jupiter's moon Io coming soon folks) for a measly 15 quid (and that includes your name on the certificate). When the Outer Space Treaty of 1967 and the Moon Treaty of 1984 were drawn up it was agreed that governments should be prevented from exploiting planets and outer space - but someone forgot to include individuals. So, you may not be able to give your loved one the stars, but you can certainly give them a piece of the moon - with mineral rights.
Class Cosmetics is an easy to use, convenient site selling make- up, cosmetics, beauty products and gift sets from top brand names such as Elizabeth Arden, Revlon, Almay etc at up to 75 per cent off high street prices.
Lard, once considered a valid component of the British diet, has fallen on hard times in these health conscious days. But Lard has many uses and you can read all about them at this site which lampoons the great white stuff. And if your lust for satire hasn't been satisfied, try another site by the same authors - www.ambulance- chasers.co.uk. It has "a more serious dig at those irritating scumbags who offer to get thousands in compensation for you after stubbing your toe". …