2-29-21 Bible Verse of the Day: Mark 9:35
Superfrog: The Tribute Site From the site's front page: "I set up this site in September 2000 because I realised that there were very little sites on the Internet that actually went into detail about Superfrog. I feel that Superfrog is such a classic that it deserves a website, so here it is." About a platform game.
1-27-21 Old-Site of the Day: Emuviews.com JoseQ's Emu Views had news & reviews for emulators & games. Last updated in 2003. The reviews index is down, but there' stll a list of updates & interviews.
Bible Verse of the Day: Ephesians 6:12-20
1-26-21 Bible Verse of the Day: James 4:11-12
The Old Net Not really an old site, but an old style site to help you find old sites. Has an archive of sites from various free hosts which you can search through. Also has a stripped-down version of Wikipedia & a search box for the Wayback machine.
Old-Site of the Day: Teen Movie Critic The webmaster stopped updating whan he decided to make films. Since at least 1997.
1-25-21 Bible Verse of the Day: Philippians 4:8
Old-Site of the Day: Battlesphere.com "Welcome to the official homepage.of ScatoLOGIC, Inc. We're the proud creators of the game Battle Sphere (tm), a 3D networked space battle game for the Jaguar (*)." They started on the game late in the Jag's life, just before Atari Corp shut down. When it was finally done, they had to brute force the system's lockout encryption to get the game to work.
1-22-2021 Old-Site of the Day: Link Search Since at least 2000. an attempt to make a "Google-like search engine." The University of Washingtom=n used to host a test version the engine, but they don't anymore.
Bible Verse of the Day: Matthew 7:7-12
1-21-2021 Bible Verse of he Day: Galatians 6:7-8
Old-Site of the Day: AWN: An interview with Fred Ladd I know I've features AWN's archives before, but I thought an interview with Fred Ladd might be interesting. These pages are hard to find; AWN doesn't have an index of ;em. I found this through a Wikipedia link, if memory serves.
1-20-2021 Old-Site of the Day: chelsearialtostudios.com Creates soundtrack restorations. Since at least 2002.
Bible Verse of the Day: James 1:2-3
1-19-21 Old-Site of the Day: Rott-N-Chatter "OLDEST/ORIGINAL ROTTWEILER WEBSITE AND DOMAIN IN THE WORLD" Since 1994 or 1995. (They list two dates.)
1-18-21 Happy Martin Luther King Day!
Bible Verse of the Day: Matthew 5:38-42
1-15-2021 Bible Verse of the Day: John 8:31-32
Old-Site of the Day: The Spire Porject "Join me as we explore how to gather better information now that we know how to use a search engine. This site has a long history and a fair portion of the many advances in internet search technique were first innovated and released here. I think you will find this topic far more involved, and far simpler, than you imagine." Since 1996, going by the copyright. A collection of resources about web searching, including a multi-search page.
1-14-2021 Youtube Video Someone reviews old Godzilla fan sites.
Bible Verse of the Day: 1 John 4:20-21
Old-Site of the Day: Once Upon Atari Website for a documentary by Howard Scott Warshaw, who used to program games for Atari in the early 80's He created the well-received Yars Revenge & the not-too-well-received E.T. The Extra-Terrestial.
1-12-2021 The 1970's Pet Rock Craze An article from 2001 about the 70's fad, saved in the Wayback Machine.
Bible Verse of the Day: Galatians 3:26-28
1-11-2021 Bible Verse of the Day: John 16:33
1-8-2021 Bible Verse of the Day: Amos 5:14-15
Old-Site of the Day: 42Bastian's WWW-home a handful of resources for the Atari Jaguar & Lynx. Since at least 2004.
1-6-2021 Bible Verse of the Day: 1 Peter 1:10-20 Grace & Works are so intertwined in this passage it's hard to tell what saves you, unless it's both. (It's both.)
Old-Site of the Day: FamilyVideo.com, in 1998 Family Video, the U.S.-based chain of video stores is closing. They plan to sell online from now on. I wanted to show you their old website, but it looks like the earliest site at that domain name was owned by a different company. Still cool tho. The video stores took over the domain by 2003. Family Video was interesting because they actually owned their own buildings & rented space to other related businesses, like take out eateries. That's how they lasted so long; they weren't a video company; they were a property management company with a knack for getting related businesses together. Of course, if no one has to pay rent for months on end that business won't work. :/ Here's an article about their closure. And here's their current site, if you want to help them out by buying something.
Capital Protestors - Watching the news now. Looks like police are removing the protestors. Protestors appear to be leaving without breaking out into a fight. There were other protests this summer & over the past few years which erupted in violence when the police asked people to leave. There was a woman shot there earlier today; just heard that she died, & that she was shot by police.
1-5-2021 Over 140k views! Thank You!
Bible Verse of the Day: Isaiah 1:16-17
Old-Site of the Day: Tony's Fenokee Central An old cartoon fan site, with special attention paid to The Buford Files, a Scooby-Doo-like series set in the soutnern U.S. Virtually unchanged since 2003.
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