San Francisco, Calif.(March 2) -- Access Magazine, the world's largest Internet magazine, has awarded 4 A's to www.myprimetime.com, putting the site on the Access "A List." Sites on the "A List" have been judged by Access editors to have the deepest content, easiest navigation, and best presentation of all sites that share similar content.
"We visit hundreds of Web sites each week, searching for the best," said Access Magazine Editor Stephanie Chang. "Only those that are superior in their category and offer the most fulfilling user experience earn a spot on the A List. "
Baby boomers take note -- the editors at MyPrimeTime think a daily visit to
their site could change your way of thinking. Billed as a "personal trainer
for life," MyPrimeTime offers interactive advice and information on a
wide-range of topics, including health, money, family and play -- all aimed
at 35- to 54-year-olds. The articles aren't dumbed-down -- some of the
interesting topics covered include Pokemon for parents and the link between
exercise and intelligence.
Bottom line: This site could become as indispensable as Starbucks to the