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the tangles of my heart (letskiss) wrote,
@ 2003-02-20 16:58:00
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    remember when...
    • everyone used verdana in size one?

    • Times New Roman was the "bad" font and if you used it, your website officially sucked?

    • people typed LiKe tHiS and it wasn't lame?

    • Kayta made websites (uncertainty.nu, morbidkitten.net, excessive angelfire / gurlpages)?

    • if you wanted a journal online, you had to type out the HTML for each individual entry?

    • everything wasn't owned by Yahoo?

    • it was cool to misspell your name (i.e. emilee, emylee)?

    • pop-ups were just a kind of children's book?

    • you didn't need a code to sign up for LJ?

    • I was cool (yeah, me, neither)?

    • everyone had an altern.org / manifest-angel.com website?

    • animated gifs were cool, then not cool, and then cool again?

    • no one anti-aliased their text?

    • you first tried to FTP and you couldn't figure it out, so you threw things at the computer?

    • you thought the actual computer was the big screen?

    • it took you fifteen minutes to type one sentence?


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