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Monzilla Media Website Update

Monzilla Media
Monzilla Media
After working more than nine months developing Perishable Press into a valuable online resource, which houses a growing library of notes, examples, and ideas related to the creative universe of Perishable, we feel well-prepared to press ahead with the next phase of our secret plans.

About a year ago, we purchased the domain, monzillamedia.com, after deciding on a business name and refocusing our goals. Since that time, we have been sharpening skills and preparing for business. Now, as of May 1st, 2006, we are officially working on the Monzilla Media business website.

Once established, Monzilla Media will serve as the business end of our creative endeavors, and shall be advertised locally as well as online. Monzilla Media will focus primarily on website design, however providing other services such as graphic design and photography may prove beneficial.

In Business

In business, Monzilla Media will continue to strive toward perfection — pimping bold CSS and clean XHTML — creating beautiful, user-friendly websites that are accessible, standards-compliant, and functionally dynamic. It is our intention to focus on personal and small-business sites that deliver satisfaction while remaining affordable. We’ll tackle the big biz stuff down the road…

For now, look forward to the impending release of monzillamedia.com, the official website of Monzilla Media.

Jeff Starr
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Jeff Starr = Web Developer. Security Specialist. WordPress Buff.
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