Can Good Design Make Even Conspiracy Theories Seem Believable?

Grab your tinfoil hats, sheeple. It's been fifty years since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on that fateful day in Dallas, and it's still nearly impossible to discuss the event without some mention of conspiracy, cover-ups, government intrigue, multiple shooters, UFO affiliations, and more. » 11/12/13 12:00pm 11/12/13 12:00pm

Remember the Hilarious Horror of Geocities with This Website

Oh my god. This is perfect. Because things on the Internet never really die and because old terrible things on the Internet eventually become wonderful and especially because Geocities was so hilariously awful, One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age is my new favorite website. It posts screenshots of old Geocities pages in all… » 2/11/13 11:00pm 2/11/13 11:00pm

All 900GB of GeoCities Will Soon be Downloadable

After killing off GeoCities last year, diehard Homesteaders will release a massive (and slightly unnecessary) 900GB torrent containing every single webpage ever hosted by the Yahoo-owned company. Just think of all those Gif-laden treats... [Archive Time via TechRadar] » 10/29/10 5:40pm 10/29/10 5:40pm

Tiptoeing Through the Web 1.0 Graveyard

Sure, you remember Dodgeball. But how about Kozmo? SixDegrees? They don't have much in common except for two things: they're dead websites, and they'd still be kicking if they'd just timed things better. » 7/21/10 10:40am 7/21/10 10:40am

Geocities-izer Transports Websites To the Halcyon Days of 1996

Geocities might be dead, but its spirit lives on. The Geocities-izer does you the enormous favor of transforming your favorite (or least) website into not just a Geocities page, but a really bad Geocities page. And my god, the music! » 4/27/10 3:40pm 4/27/10 3:40pm

Geocities Is Dead, Long Live Geocities

Today's the day: Yahoo has officially killed the once-ubiquitous free hosting service, taking down thousands of the ugliest and least-updated pages on the web. It's really the end of an era. A moment of silence, please. [ComputerWorld via Daily What] » 10/26/09 9:48am 10/26/09 9:48am

RIP GeoCities, You Will Be Missed

In 1999 I made my first webpage on GeoCities. It was so I could trade concert tapes with strangers on the Internet. Now I'm sad to report that GeoCities is finally dead. So let's reminisce. » 4/23/09 9:20pm 4/23/09 9:20pm