That is what I like to call cybercrap or cyberjunk. It's the sort of thing that should be displayed in the Mosaic browser within a museum.


Just further proof of the axiom that nothing ever dies on the Internet. Lesson- you don't want it for a legacy don't post it. Later---

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Your are so correct

What if it is a website designed in 1996, and not updated since around that time? Perhaps the guy no longer does web design?

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