We begin with a tour of good ol' early web kitsch...
Every page in this collection is from an archive of the ForgottenWebsites subreddit, as archived on 24 Nov 2015.
Here is what the front page of /r/forgottenwebsites looked like on that day.
Internet Explorer is EVIL!
There was a time when corporate websites were done right. And wow — "If your browser doesn't support images, we have a ++text++ menu as well." Thanks, Microsoft!
A moment of silence for the "Officially -- get this -- NOT UNDER CONSTRUCTION" announcement.
Oh the telephone ring.aif! Someone pick it up!
"FLIP TILL YOU FLOPOVER 257 PINBALL MACHINES!"
All they wanted was an MP3 player in their Mazda MX5...
"Aliens on Earth.com — for Those Who Are Stranded Here."
Bonus Old Web: Check out Greg's link to "Ghost Towns of the US and Canada".
"Lucastan is a de-centralized dictatorial democracy where the Emperor rules with absolute authority, but everyone does what they want anyway."
The color on that link roll. 🌈✨
Amateur Science, Cool Science WeIRd ScIEnce, we got em all.
What neural net birthed this glorious sight?
Taken from the 1998 CNN article linked from this site—"ATLANTA (CNN) -- Inspired by a sugar rush after consuming several of the ubiquitous Easter confections known as Peeps, Emory University scientists James Zimring and Gary Falcon decided to try to find out just what it was they were eating."
"Please don't ask me about curing phobias because I know little about them. My interest is in the names only."
No Frames, No Glory.
27 years and counting? Hm... 🤔