Welcome to DW1
I've always been a fan of three character dot coms - especially those with meaningful character combinations attributed to them. As a term, DW1 is a little esoteric, but it is used to describe many different products and online entities. As such, this web space would probably be best suited to some kind of portal.
However, since that would be of little interest to myself or anyone else, I'll probably use this site for some kind of code or design project. Aside than that, I'm not entirely sure which direction I'll be taking it in, so for now at least, this place-setter will have to suffice while I have a think about it. :)
You'll have to forgive the lackluster page appearance, but I've virtually given up trying to make web pages look acceptable in all browsers. It's simply not possible. Besides, these pages are merely place-setters until something more permanent replaces them.
I have to say, there is nothing more deflating than producing a text-based web page in Safari, only to fire it up in IExplorer on Windows and see its poorly-conceived, text-rendering engine completely trash it.
The bottom line is, you'll never get a standard text-based, web page to look good through Windows IExplorer until they update their text rendering engine - period. I hear they'll be using Direct Write for IE9. About time. I hope it's an improvement.
Anyway, if you're using Windows, this page is best viewed through a Safari Browser with the Quartz Engine running. On a Mac, it shouldn't matter. Under all circumstances, high pixel density (ppi) is preferable. Text-based webpages simply don't look right on any other setup.
I've thrown this webspace together from scatch pretty quickly. In due course, I'll endeavour to improve things.