Internet Week

Cool: Browse Ancient Websites on Old Computers at This Internet Week Exhibit

timbernerslee Cool: Browse Ancient Websites on Old Computers at This Internet Week Exhibit“Want to check out The Project (1991), the first-ever Website created by World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee?” the press release asked us. “Or experience the self-destructing website for the film Requiem for a Dream (2000)? Or play with early NYC-based websites like The Blue Dot (1995), the pioneering art and design site created by Razorfish, or Word.com (1995), one of the Web’s very first e-zines?” We have a thing for dot-com nostalgia here at Betabeat, so we’ll definitely be hitting up Digital Archeology, a project cataloging watershed web design that will be showcasing two dozen websites, some rebuilt with the defunct code and displayed on its contemporary hardware at the Metropolitan Pavilion from June 6 to 9. More info.

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