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@polychrome How come your page loads faster than mine, I keep adding JS optimizers which one do I add to make my page fast
The web was pure and innocent those days, like a toddler resting on its mother's breasts
Thanks for bringing back good memories. *Sniff*
You know what would be a funny gimmick? A website that looks like a 90s site, with the gaudy GIFs, a star field background, a trailing mouse cursor, and a MIDI playing in the background.
But it's built with all modern tech: a static site built with a generator written in Go, with CSS3, including flexbox, VueJS, and continuous deployment when you commit to your master branch
@polychrome This is the greatest thing I've seen all week and it gave me actual feelings. Thank you.
@_xhr_ @tfb @tsturm wares, games and MOD music was definitely a big part of it, but the ones I hanged at usually also had an image file area for all kind of (static) GIFs - sometimes even JPGs (rare).
My first post was a mock Geocities homepage, and the ones I used to visit really did used to have a lot of kitty cats
Our network connected all the way to Hamburg and Berlin; and Paris, Grenoble and Marseille. But come to think of it, I don't think the German nodes ever requested images.
@polychrome that triggered some serious nostalgia.
If only there were spinning skull/flaming torch emoji ☺️
@fitheach nope I used Windows 3.11 for Workgroups.
Which means half the time was notepad, other half was MS-DOS's Editor.
I hadn't realised that was your real list. Are you still using them, in a VM, or something?
@fitheach nah, that age is over.
Though I use MS-DOS's Editor when doing retro stuff! Other times I default to Norton Commander's built in editor.
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