Wednesday Website Wars 3: Clarence Major vs. Major Jackson

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so please do comment on the post below, but in my haste i totally forgot that today is wednesday! which means website wars! and since in the post below i mistakenly types ‘major jackson’ instead of ‘clarence major’ i thot we might compare their websites. in the last website wars, ‘roz’ made a comment about the ‘personality’ presented thru the websites–so we’ll add that to our list of what we consider. again, a reminder:

same rules: which author website do you like better and why. or, if you are not into competitions, tell me one thing you like about each. or, if you havent had your morning coffee yet, tell me one thing you dont like about each. let the fun begin!

major jackson

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clarence major

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2 thoughts on “Wednesday Website Wars 3: Clarence Major vs. Major Jackson

  1. clarence major's website seems centered around his paintings, not his writings. so it's a bit like apples & oranges here. but i love the color scheme of his site and the paintings are lovely. no navigation on the site though!

    major jackson's is way smooth, all the way. hard to beat that author photo on the home page. a consistent interface throughout, very clean design, an abundance of info that looks complete and up to date. i like that multimedia is provided as links, and doesn't stress out my download connection. no sample poems in plain text, though! that would be the one thing to add.

    personality quotient: suave!

    thanks for letting me play.

    -roz

  2. roz, you are always welcome here! seriously, am learning much from your comments–and completely agree on all points–

    cs

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