One Terabyte Of Kilobite Age, A Geocities Archive Blog.

10 Dec


One Terabyte Of Kilobyte Age is a blog project on the fascinating vintage computer nerdery site Contemporary Home Computing.  It’s a regularly posted of a recovered archive of Geocities sites, posted one at a time in chronological order on the corresponding Tumblr. On the main blog, commentary and trends are noted, like this symbolical interpretation of the classic “Felix The Cat gif”  and this analysis on broken image links. It’s an amazing resource of vintage internet ephemera, of experimentation and curiosity and people seeking like minds.

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2 Responses to “One Terabyte Of Kilobite Age, A Geocities Archive Blog.”

  1. Noah BRODI April 20, 2016 at 12:15 pm #

    It may be 30+ years old, but Usenet is far from dead. In fact, it’s enjoying a bit of a resurgence of late as it is considered a safer way to download content compared to more popular methods such as torrent file-sharing –


  1. Swordquest Championship And Other Photos (Updated Link) | Why I'm Not An Artist - January 21, 2016

    […] and HERE in fact. Unfortunately, the Geocities link sources of those posts have went the way of One Terabyte Of Kilobyte Age (but findable in the Wayback Machine). Looks like there is also an updated version of the 2600 […]

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