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AL.com’s got some new online digs


Screenshot of new al.com front page.

They’ve been getting those of us throughout the state ready for it for weeks, and this afternoon, AL.com’s new design was launched. Before the critics point this out, yes, you can find a similar look on other sites associated with them, including nj.com. Now with that out of the way…

Click on the screenshot to head on over there (or here) and take a look around.

A cleaner online bookstore

Screenshot of Books-A-Million

Birmingham-based bookseller Books-A-Million has gotten their website redesigned by Zeldman and Happy Cog Studios.

That’s all, unless you want to go and take a look at it that is…

TechBirmingham’s new virtual home

Screenshot of New TechBirmingham website.

For those in the city’s ever emerging Tech community some folks have wondered about the current status of TechBirmingham. Well, the non-profit entity has relaunched their website this morning. It’s been set up to be “a front door to our technology community and to give everyone an opportunity to learn more about TechBirmingham’s many initiatives.”So go on over and check it out.

Incidentally, you may want to see if you can still sign up for this year’s TechMixer University on August 19, the largest technology event ever in the state of Alabama…

Health.com gets some link love from Matt

Screenshot of new Health.com website

Screenshot of relaunched Health.com website.

Birmingham-based Health Magazine, part of the Southern Progress stable of publications, got some kudos from Matt Mullenweg, founding developer of WordPress (the software used to run this very site incidentally, at least this version is), for their use of the open-source software on their recently redesigned website yesterday.

So we’re thinking that you need to check it out.