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Business Sellassie

Unfortunatelly, the server lost our index page...

Did I say "unfortunatelly? Don't I know that every trouble is a window of opportunity? And here is an example!

Do you see the pop-up "All Sites Menu" Box? I made it to avoid the repetion of the HTML code on many pages... and I did it after I lost this front page for Business Sellassie.

I didn't want to restore the old page and I began to question the wisdom of traditional topical navigation (vertical). What if I am about to organize my pages into "narratives"?

What do I mean? I mean to link them in a storytelling composition! Take a look at the listing (top left): webbing101, FAQ, reference page, links, etc. -- you click on what you need when you need it, but there is no suspence, no "what is next"?

How about the use of dramatic structure? How about the plot?

I have to have several stories, because you, readers, are different and came to this site with different expectations. What do I know about you?

Most likely you came from one of the Sellassie pages by being intrigued -- what is this "Business" Sellassie? Sellassie and business? What kind of business?

Web Business! And I bet you do have your own website or plan to have one...

So here we have two categories of folks; with web experience and without it. How about a tale for webmasters?

Do we need a hero for our story? How about Anatoly, me?

Exposition starts with the situation... Anatoly built his first pages and first visitors came... Here we go -- Webmaster's Night Tale!

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