Tag: Geocities
friendster-marker-drawing

There’s something really lovely about Randy J. Hunt’s marker drawings (more like sketches, actually) of former popular websites. Shown below are Geocities, Friendster, and Myspace. You can buy each of these drawings for $400 on Etsy.

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This site is also not working for me unfortunately. I would love to turn my Facebook into a Geocities webpage. I miss the early 90s web.

Engadget posted this video of an amazing visual project that turns the 90s-era mega-homepage site, GeoCities, into an actual city that you can zoom into and browse around in. The 650GB GeoCities archive which was saved before the site went offline is used as the backbone of this Deleted City.

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GeoCities closed in October of 2009. If you miss the barrage of animated gifs, under-construction signs, and animated backgrounds, then you’ll be happy to hear that the Archive Team has collected the entire contents of the GeoCities archive and is giving it out freely as a torrent for anybody to download. Given the size of […]

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Google Blogoscoped linked to this horrendous Geocities-izer. Basically, you plug in any website there and it spits that same website back at you with animated gifs, 90′s MIDI music, and lots of formatted text.