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Apr 26th, 2010


As a former 10 year-old who made a webpage at the turn of the millenium, this makes me somewhat nostalgic.

Anyway, here's this very page: http://wonder-tonic.com/geocitiesizer/content.php?theme=2&music=2&url=www.in4mador.com/links/the-geocities-izer


Apr 26th, 2010


I was Tripod kid myself. My page is still around, miraculously. I still don't get why Geocities was destroyed.


Apr 26th, 2010


I have no idea if it made much money, really. What adds to the mystery is that Geocities Japan is still online for some reason. And my first (and only) website was made and hosted on some french website named Dromadaire, who scrapped their web hosting to concentrate on being a virtual card website (which is also a very 90s/early 00s venture). I also managed to use some fancy mirroring service to have my very own adress ending in .fr.st, which is still active but redirects to nothing.


Apr 27th, 2010


Rock on, Bujold, this is awesome. I'm guilty as well, and I still remember the process of getting a .tk domain. Guess all the cool kids were shooting for Angelfire. Funny that it would be another 4 years before I had any clue as to what HTML was.


Apr 27th, 2010


The dancing baby still creeps me the eff out.


Apr 27th, 2010


It is broken right now :/ was looking forward to it.


Apr 27th, 2010


I miss when the internet was awesome.



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