Anything from usenet to geocities, and even shockwave games
Automated Geocities screencaps (yes, it's tumblr, but it's an intersting blog)
The many geocities archives that I don't know if I should link or not
Interesting telnet stuff including usenet archives and old text adventures
What were compuserve and such like when they ran their own services in the 80s and early 90s? [ie, distinct from the www or usenet]
I see them mentioned on old computing shows or old magazines, but i've not found much online detailing what they were actually like to use as an individual, instead of as a marketing brief.
>SMBHQ is dead
>The GHZ is dead
>Kirby's Rainbow Resort is dead
What the fuck happened to fansites
Sadly with the rise of social networks and the fall of services like Geocities and AOL hometown, people found it much more efficient to just make a group on shitbook or other sites.
It really sucks because I fucking loved those fan sites, they had their own unique charm, instead of just being another generic feed with just a banner and avatar to separate it from the others.
Tumblr is sorta neat with the ability to use custom themes and such, but sadly the community is just shit, not to mention I'm not a fan of the Heart and Reblog system.
>you will never visit archnacho and tortilla Godzilla's quality roms ever again
Here anon. Today I'm going to teach the art of pressing next.