In addition to providing excellent font downloads, Emigre produces a beatiful quarterly magazine. View their typfaces, order design books and download MP3 files directly from their site.
This site is just plain interesting, they offer free downloads of several fonts and feature experiments in typography.
Getty images aquired Photodisc to become one of the largest royalty-free photography distributors.
Incedently, Photodisc has a great site with easy ordering, image browsing, and light boxes for personalizing your image collection.
Eyewire is the place to go if you need images, fonts, design books...anything to get your design in gear.
A great place to start if you're new to web development, Webmonkey has in depth articles on just about everything.
This site addresses the cross browser malarchy associated with Dynamic HTML and its limitations. Learn to make DHTML browser independant.
The developers of Flash have some great tutorials and support options on their site. Their inclusion in this list has nothing to do with the fact that on February 8, 2002, they named MyHome Site of the Day.
A very useful site for flash developers, Moock has written our favorite action scripting book for O'Reilly
This set of forums is very useful for Actionscripting, general Flash questions and has an interesting "cool sites" section.
A good resource for ActionScript help.
We like Carson's print stuff. If you like clarity, don't go to this site.
This site pretty much typifies why we love the web. Take a look at this...let's just say 'unusual' site. This site won a webby award in the weird category.
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