Rotten Dot Com

Topics: Nicole Brown Simpson, Ronald Goldman, Photography, Infant, Death, Image / Pages: 4 (912 words) / Published: Oct 9th, 1999
I have to say rotten dot com is not my type of website, but

it did catch my attention. Even if you are disturbed or not

attracted to something, you should give it a chance. You

never know what to expect especially when you see,

"Rotten dot com collects images and information from

many sources to present the viewer with a truly unpleasant

experience" on the main page. The content of the site is

different than any other website that I have seen, but the

form and layout is very common among websites. Rotten

dot com actually reminds of a newspaper's layout. On the

main page there are several links, some on the left side, and

some going down the bottom of the page. These links can

be related to the subtitles of newspapers which lead you to

the inside story. Being that the website is easily viewed and

understandable, rotten dot com is a very well designed

website. All the links show what topics can be viewed.

Then after clicking on the specific link you want, a header

page is opened. For example, if you click on the link

"Celebrity Morgue", you will see a page with two skeletons

on it, and the title overlapping them. Below the title and

skeletons is a list of people who you can view dead bodies

of. Under the photos of the bodies, there are brief

descriptions of how each individual person died. Another

one of these links is called "famous." The famous link takes

you to a page similar to the Celebrity Morgue page, where

there are several sub links on the page. With these links

you can view rare photographs. Some of these photos

contain Richard Nixon meeting Elvis Presley, and a picture

of David Duchonovy almost nude, which appeared on the

cover of a European magazine. Another picture is of Nancy

Reagan sitting on Mr. T's lap, as he is dressed like Santa

Claus. As I previously stated, the form of this website is

extremely basic. It contains a lot of links to other pages,

which

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