I wanted to pass along the details of a contest that I thought you might
find interesting.

AlltheWeb is the public search engine of Fast Search & Transfer and
currently it is one of the largest search engines in the industry with over
2.1 billion pages in the web index.  Recently, AlltheWeb.com announced the
first ever design contest to personalize the look and feel of
www.alltheweb.com and invites all web designers and technically minded
people to submit an entry using CSS.

Below is some information about the contest and if you have any questions,
please feel free to [EMAIL PROTECTED]


AlltheWeb is looking for the most innovative and creative designs using
AlltheWeb Alchemist.  AlltheWeb Alchemist renders AlltheWeb in the most
basic HTML tags, with no layout, design, positioning or formatting rules.
This enables designers to get creative and work some CSS magic to transform
the site from its bare bones into a work of art.

Designs will be judged in one of three categories:
1.      "Simple, Yet Beautiful" (the most minimalistic design)
2.      "To CSS Infinity and Beyond" (the best use of CSS technology)
3.      "So 22nd Century" (the most innovative, best looking design)

The winning design in each category will win a $750 gift certificate to
Amazon.com and the CSS files will be posted on the AlltheWeb site for use by
AlltheWeb users.  Second and third place winners will also win gift
certificates and have their designs posted for use.

The contest is open to the general public.   All submissions must be
received by September 22.

More details and submission form for the contest can be found at

We're looking for some great entries and would very much appreciate your
support in getting the word out to the design community about the contest.

If you have any technical questions, feel free to contact Frode Lundgren at


-Andrei                                       http://www.gravitonic.com/

"It's an emergent property of connected human minds that
they create things for one another's pleasure and to conquer
their uneasy sense of being too alone." -- Eben Moglen

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