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Perishable Press Gets Naked

In celebration of CSS Naked Day, Perishable Press has disabled it’s CSS stylesheet for today, April 9th, 2008 (which also happens to be my 36th birthday)! What a great way to celebrate the occasion.

What are you waiting for? Go get naked!! ;)

Jeff Starr
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19 responses to “Perishable Press Gets Naked”

  1. Happy birthday to you Jeff !

  2. Happy birthday !

  3. Jordan Gray 2008/04/09 6:14 am

    Many happy returns, Jeff.

    (I was just wondering what was wrong with your stylesheet… *blush*)

  4. woo it’s like ’96 round here!

  5. Jeff Starr

    Yeah! Thanks everyone, for the B-day shouts! It is very much appreciated! Cheers to all!! :)

  6. Aright… it’s the best I can do! :)

    Let’s visit my (very) little blog :)

  7. Jeff Starr

    Whoo-hooo! I love it! Where’s your feed link at, btw?

  8. Jeff Starr

    Yes, that’s it! I’m in!! ( Thanks! :)

  9. Most Excellent – I browse over to Perishable on my lunchbreak, and find you’re celebrating just as I am: http://270labs.com

    Happy Naked Day, and Cheers!

  10. Dr. Mike Wendell 2008/04/09 12:03 pm

    Happy birthday.

    I wonder if I was the only one who went looking at your css file to see if it was loading correctly or not. :)

  11. Jeff Starr

    Thank you, Mike! I am actually liking the “naked” look and feel for this site. It seems so much faster and easier to use.. so much so that my next design will most likely employ a much more “hands-off”, “organic”-style approach. – Cheers! :)

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