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infinite zest - 2014-09-29
I don't know if the people in Vatican Library and the Dinosaurs in Hawaii would get along so well.
Cube - 2014-09-29
The vatican may have something to do with the missing children...

Shanghai Tippytap - 2014-09-29
what was just sold at me
Old_Zircon - 2014-09-29
The future, my friend. The future.

hammsangwich - 2014-09-29
HARD left on the alignment, there, Bob.
Boomer The Dog - 2014-09-29
At first I thought they didn't have tables then, but I saw a comment form at one point with what looked like tables, and a centered graphic on another page.

I notice that margins are really small, but at the time I think some screens were probably 80 characters wide. It's easier on the eyes to read text in a narrow column, so pages do much the same today, some with huge margins on wide screens, like PoETV here.

When I got on line in late 1997, sites were much the same text-wise, but with upgrades like backgrounds, animated gifs, and horizontal section-divider graphics, like construction tape and things like that.


Kid Fenris - 2014-09-29
I reject this low deadly worse-than-a-farce parroting puppet gangster frankenstein eyesight computer god future!
fluffy - 2014-09-29
we had a DECstation in my high school, running Mosaic. I mostly used it to telnet into MUDs and grief on them until I got banned.
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