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Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1999 17:01:50 +0100

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Paul Douglas wrote:
> Giles Turnbull wrote:
> > I picked up the Blue Dragon URL from UKNM last Friday. Note that the Web
> > Choice recommendation is for the recipes, of which there is a nice
> > selection.
> 25. Pales against www.chinesefood.org which also has pictures to
> accompany the text.
> > not for the design, implementation, e-commerce readiness or
> > net-media-savvy of the site.
> Fair point, that. SOAR (http://soar.Berkeley.EDU/recipes) would fail
> miserably on the above criteria, yet for usefulness, it ranks highly.

But I hope Chopstix ranks higher... given that the recipe search trawls
recipes on the afore-mentioned sites in addition to its own... Why
bookmark several sites when you only need to bookmark one? :-)

Ian Fenn
Producer, Chopstix - Chinese cookery on the web!
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