The NuLA page has a pointer to www.gigaverse.com, which in turn is a
very not-ready-for-prime-time site, full of misspellings and "Lorem
ipsum"s and broken links (not to mention the NetScrape ass-kissing).
For that matter, the NuLA site itself has several spelling and
grammatical errors. For example, http://nula.org/nula.news.html has a
sentence that begins, "All logo's graphics, and brands...." which should
instead begin, "All logos, graphics, and brands..." You should get
someone to copyedit the site.
Finally... I thought "Under Construction" signs were frowned upon by the
web-site-designer elite; am I wrong?
- Joe (email@example.com)