It’s 2 AM. I’m in my bedroom. The window is open, and I can hear the crickets. I’m the only one up in the house; everyone else is asleep. “Maybe I should go to bed,” I tell myself. “Or maybe I’ll just continue to surf the Web for the just another hour…”Continue reading “Retrosurfing: Browsing the Web of yesterday”
Remember the Fine Brothers? Hahaha… Anyway…
Remember Windows 95? How Microsoft successfully did their best to turn every PC into a Macintosh?
The Start button, the dozen of floppies to swap during installation, the odd bonus clips, the movie trailer, and the music video you had on the CD-ROM version, the faulty drivers, the blue screens, the endless number of OEM versions with varied USB support, the extra Plus!… Continue reading “Teens try Windows 95, adults feel old”
As graphics in video games have improved over the years, how would it be if we brought some of those advances, turning our old NES favourites into 3D? That’s what 3DNES tries to do.
No need to install the beta of this emulator—it runs directly in a Web browser.… Continue reading “8-bit NES games turned into 3D”
If you’re new to the Internet, or new to Web design, this Web site will give you an Internet lesson. For people like me who grew up on the Internet, it’s an overdose of nostalgia.
Cameron’s World is “a Web collage of text and image excavated from the buried neighbourhoods of GeoCities.”… Continue reading “Cameron’s World: memories of GeoCities”