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http://moma.org/exhi...ind/index.html#

I'll let the site speak for itself. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I have. It's like a designers candy store!
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Could be interesting, but I find it so difficult to read with the gray type on black background and the small font size in the blurbs in white text and the zooming around and the images expanding to cover the blurb it pertains to that I don't want to look at it for very long. I'm getting dizzy... :blink: (or maybe just too old for these new-fangled websites :lol: )
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That is one of the most fun sites I've ever been on :rolleyes: , and the fluid scrolling is amazing (even smoother then opera's)
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