Tag Archives: Geocities

Reclaim Hosting Turns 3

Earlier today I was talking with my partner in crime Tim Owens about the fact that Reclaim Hosting turns 3 years old this week. I was under the impression it was July 28th for some reason, but turns out it … Continue reading

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Humans in the Afterglow

Almost two weeks ago I presented at Baruch College about the history of the web in edtech. I focus in particular on web publishing in higher ed, and I explore the early tilde spaces for HTML authoring as well as … Continue reading

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The Afterglow of Kilobyte Age Art

I came across the keynote presentation Bruce Sterling delivered at the transmediale conference wherein he discusses the afterglow of internet rubbish that is the basis of some of the most interesting digital art of our moment. His talk ranged far … Continue reading

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Where have the Online Neighborhoods Gone?

After linking to the “One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age Photo Op” Tumblr in my last post, I started reading around a bit on the Geocities research blog. This post by Olia Lialina (pioneer web artist and theorist) about Neocities got me thinking a lot about how … Continue reading

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The Long History of Domain of One’s Own

I found this image on the Tumblr “One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age Photo Op” which consists of random images taken from an archive of Geocities sites. It’s part of the Geocities research blog run by Olia Lialina and Dragan Espenschied. … Continue reading

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