This is a site about WWW history, mainly from 1992 and ffwd. The history is described with cross-references to ancient websites, dead websites and curiosum.
How to dig.
For Dead Webmasters
this browser will enhance edit possibilities PER SEPost tool-tips in comments :^)
Phresh retro stuph from STUHR-DAASEN! (thanks Stuhr-Daasen)
10 years ago Twister took the world by STORM!
THE BRIDE OF EDGEFIELD - a hyperdrama by Charles Deemer (Part 1)
This site was made with simpletext.
1992 began with an item on Radio 4’s Natural History Programme in which I reported on the results of the 1991 survey, and suggested that anyone interested in looking for glow worms in 1992 should write in. The aim would be to survey old sites, to see to what extent glow worms still remain there. The late Anthony Wootton ran a survey in the 1970s through Country-Side magazine (Journal of the British Naturalists’ Association). This provided a large number of sites throughout the UK where glow worms had been seen up to the early 1970s. I believe that subsequent attempts to locate the original reports have failed, though maybe they are sitting somewhere waiting to be analysed. (Would anyone be interested in following this one up?) To the Wootton list, I added sites of which I had been told in recent surveys.
Member of Technical Staff at Berkeley Software Design, Inc.
currently doing software development, customer support and maintaining the BSDI WWW server
(with ambitions of online manuals and technical support via the Web). Developed the Plexus HTTP server
(based on the server from cs.indiana.edu
), there are some demos available online. Network connectivity is via a 56K link to Alternet in Austin, Texas. Can be reached by Phone: 1-512-251-1937. See hyplan
HOW CAN YOU TELL IF YOUR INFECTED?
HOW CAN YOU TELL IF YOU HAVE A REAL ADDICTION?