Before nerdgirl, back in 1995, I had co-hosted my site which was named Stephanie’s Spot. That site was even better. I remember it fondly. It had some Photoshopped puffy graphics, embedded midi sound file from the Godfather, animated gif wallpaper and I’m pretty sure that I shamelessly used some blink tags. That was state of the art. (Note, in Word Press, do not actually attempt to use a blink tag, I did in this post and it ended up making half the page blink – which sort of did my head in until I figured out what was going on)
Ah, here is another fine example of my web-spertise. My Netscape page – also called Stephanie’s Spot. With sections called Truth, Cuties, Linx, Ear Candy and Scope. I am telling you. I was on the forefront of a revolution and I didn’t even know it. Look how I had hit upon everything there. Truth = short comments = twitter. Cuties = photos = flickr. Linx = links = delicio.us. Ear Candy = music = Napster. Scope = blogging = Six Apart. If only I would have realised the opportunity at that tender young age… Marc Andressen and I might have run off into the sunset with his bulldogs and given birth to Mark Zuckercorn.
My recommended links back then?