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Melissa Featured on Threadless!

Melissa’s T-shirt design expressing the current condition of gun related violence in Philadelphia has been featured as a competitive design for sale through Threadless. Threadless is a community website of graphic designers that compete to have their T-shirt designs featured as a sale item through the website. Winning this competition means that her T-shirt design… Read More

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Starting SEO

I just started using a great website called LinkedIn. It’s basically MySpace for professionals. One of the neat features is that users can ask business relevant questions in order to find answers from anyone around the world. Today, someone asked what are the most important aspects to starting SEO (Search Engine Optimization)? I narrowed it… Read More

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Featured in CSS Mania!

Inverse Paradox featured in CSS Mania galleries! Check out CSS Mania to see our site in April’s gallery or click here to view our profile.

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Building a Blog

In a time where virtually anyone can have their own website, one of the most popular methods for quickly deploying a robust personal website is by using a blogging system. To go down this road, a person has a few choices. They could of course get a blog for free through WordPress or Blogger, or… Read More

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Inverse Paradox awarded DesignFirms.org April 2007 Web Award

Inverse Paradox is proud to announce that it has been selected by DesignFirms.org as an April 2007 recipient of its Web Award. This award is given to websites which meet the highest standards in design, coding, and usability. Check out the award or visit DesignFirms.org to see us in their winners directory.

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The Isuzu & Maserati – A Response

A few weeks ago, Mark Uehling, a writer for ClinPage.com, wrote an article called “Google Analytics v. Sawmill: Reports From Web-based Tools.” This article can be read by clicking here. Although not a bad article about the two technologies, I found it to be missing some insight. The end result is the following response. The… Read More

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