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  • πŸ”— My 90's TV!

    Go back to the 1990's via this nostalgic TV simulator and relive the original ads, music videos, movie trailers, shows and more!
    Really love this β€œtv” that lets you flip through channels of 90’s TV. Nostalgia rules.
  • πŸ”— 1994: Are YOU Ready for the INTERNET? | Tomorrow's World | Retro Tech | BBC Archive

    Kate Bellingham reports that an exciting new interconnected world - a world where every word ever written, every picture ever painted and ever film ever shot...
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    I like watching these clips about the early internet as presenters try to explain the internet. Who could've guessed it was such an integral part of modern life 30 years later. Also really like the setup with all of the old Mac desktops in various states of screensaver or not.
  • πŸ”— You should take more screenshots

    If you do any sort of creative digital work, screenshots and screen recordings are a great way to remember it.
    That was part of the reason why I started writing archive pages for my projects a while back. I used to have screengrabs of my old Mac and Linux desktops floating about somewhere, too, for that extra nostalgia hit. They seem to have disappeared in the sands of time, however. Mostly Digital Blasphemy backgrounds with similar color themed xmms and friends running.
  • πŸ”— Old Mac Software Archive - Macintosh Repository

    A platinum sanctuary for old software of the classic Mac OS era. Rediscover Mac treasures of the past!
    The first time I used a Mac was in the OS 8/9 days in a web design class in high school (we built our high school's homepage). Once I got used to the Mac, I loved it.Β 

    While I didn't get to join the ranks of Mac users until 10.1 / 10.2 with my 300MHz iBook G3, the look of Classic macOS never went out of style, at least in my eyes. Love this whole repository and that it's styled with Classic Mac icons is even better.
  • πŸ”— SerenityOS

    SerenityOS is a love letter to ’90s user interfaces. Andreas Kling demos some of the best aspects of his new operating system.
    Maybe it's just nostalgia, but SerenityOS looks great. As the big OSes integrate into opaque web services, the mental model of your PC has become too complex. In many ways it feels like usability is getting worse. SerenityOS is such a breath of fresh air.
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