My basic idea is a website called Webknott (I have a working prototype), where each month, I will add links to a minimum of 32 (there is one ad in those 32, so the ratio is 32:1 ads) high-quality, rich and interesting articles, aimed at web developers and designers (+ graphic designers). These articles include, tutorials, videos, trends, interviews, opinions and other articles from site such as the .net magazine or Computer Arts magazine. I'm looking at the quality of articles, not quantity.
I'm thinking about buying a webknott.com domain for it, but I'm not sure. Would you guys use such site? If you were a developer/designer. I found a similar site called nylllon.com. There are major differences however, they don't have a "monthly issue" kind of system, aren't fully responsive, and don't provide links to articles, but stuff like freebies, etc. They do however have a system where anyone can log in and "star" a link for a later read.
I styled the site to look like a vintage newspaper. So I used only two colors and a serif font.
Do you think it is worth buying such domain?
Definitely. Sounds like a good idea.
great CSS work, It is responsive, however you should make your site responsive like nylllon. It has a "Next" button when it is on a different size screen/browser.
answered Sep 15 '12 at 14:15