Ban Time Travel “Now” (web button, unknown author, published on Geocities ca late 1990s or early 2000s) https://anlucas.neocities.org/88x31Buttons.html
I love this drawing of a computer by A. Katsube in this 1994 newsletter! (Flanker no. 9, 1994) https://www.prop.or.jp/flanker-new/09/pdf/f0901-09.pdf
Loving the incredibly charming over-the-topness of this 3D book viewer which recreates a book in 3D inside a 3D Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library with its own book pedestal, magifying glass, etc. http://sites.utm.utoronto.ca/gillespie/content/prototype-3d-book-viewer
CBC has my new favourite description of the Wayback Machine. https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/bitcoin-gerald-cotten-quadriga-cx-death
Remember those Australian Mac archive CDs from the other day? They’re now available for anyone to download on the Internet Archive! Six CDs total of Australian Mac data for you to discover.
Xmit manifesto (Xmit, ca 1997-2000) http://web.archive.org/web/20041022051146/http://www.xmit.org/cds/
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