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March 06, 2008

A Lot to Learn from Start Cooking

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If you'd like to see a site that uses "video" very well, check out Start Cooking. It animates still shots in a highly effective way. I can't think of a site that shows how to do stuff with "multimedia" better than this one.

There's one more thing to really like about this site too: It's so easy to find the iTunes and RSS feeds. There's a lot to learn from how this site is designed. It just gets the job done.

And, honestly, other than beef teriyaki, I don't care much about cooking. However, if you are a foodie, you might want to check out this site too.

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