I'm not sure it's a good thing. There's lots of Mystery Meat Navigation, for one thing. But it certainly is inter-freaking-active.
The main problem is that this type of interface doesn't (a) help the user figure out what to do next in order to achieve their goal in visiting the site, and (b) gives equal visual importance to things of unequal importance.
Nonetheless, a perverse part of me would like to see a winery Web site in this style.
It's interesting to see what Readability does with it (try it!). In fact, you should probably try Readability on the home page of your Web site
What do you think of InGoodHands.com? Leave a comment!
(from a Reddit post entitled Some UI [User Interface] designers should be poisoned, resuscitated, crucified, resurrected, and then stoned to death. You gotta love the title. The comments are worth a quick scan.)