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#1 2018-09-02 18:29:34

Destry
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Bring back the crazy/arty/resisty web!

Or maybe just more black designs, I don’t know, but this is pretty cool.

And while this one is more functional, I also find it refreshing from the Web 2.0 bootstrap-looking corporate bullshit.


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#2 2018-09-03 16:20:01

bici
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Re: Bring back the crazy/arty/resisty web!

Destry wrote #313772:

Or maybe just more black designs, I don’t know, but this is pretty cool.

tres cool. plus has DNA Pizza

And while this one is more functional, I also find it refreshing from the Web 2.0 bootstrap-looking corporate bullshit.

very useful as well as cool design. i have one crontab running monthly on webfaction, so i can use it for free.

Thnx


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#3 2018-09-03 17:31:13

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Re: Bring back the crazy/arty/resisty web!

Destry wrote #313772:

Or maybe just more black designs, I don’t know, but this is pretty cool.

This takes me back to Jodi’s work from back in the 90s (every time you load this url, it gets redirected to another one of their projects). You may also enjoy Vuk Ćosić’s site as it also remained unchanged. He was/is one of the anarchic forerunners of net.art and the one who first coined the term. He is also a very entertaining speaker if that, more carefree, net time interests you… Be it for historical reasons.


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#4 2018-09-03 19:47:05

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Re: Bring back the crazy/arty/resisty web!

Remember Dr. Thaddeus’s Ozone Asylum? This was the place to go through the late 90s (and some waning years after) for help on everything web standards, code, photoshop, you name it. It’s still one of the neatest color schemes on the web, and there’s been an interest to bring it back to life again, apparently. I used to spend hours in that place each week (not unlike another forum, ahem). There was some amazing talent lurking there.

The Doc’s own site, Ozones was always amazing looking too. He was a master at photoshop and a big JavaScript pioneer, back when the craze was DHTML. But this latest incarnation of his site is not as spectacular as some of them have been. I wish that guy had written a book or something. A real artist of the medium as far as creativity went.

Then things got all corporate and the old greats disappeared into the woods while Silly Con Valley socmed started taking over. The rest is vile history.


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#5 2018-09-03 20:34:04

bici
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Re: Bring back the crazy/arty/resisty web!

colak wrote #313800:

This takes me back to Jodi’s work from back in the 90s (every time you load this url, it gets redirected to another one of their projects). You may also enjoy Vuk Ćosić’s site as it also remained unchanged. He was/is one of the anarchic forerunners of net.art and the one who first coined the term. He is also a very entertaining speaker if that, more carefree, net time interests you… Be it for historical reasons.

Kicks ASCII !


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#6 2018-09-04 15:29:00

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Re: Bring back the crazy/arty/resisty web!

Haha. The fight back. Love it.

Don’t think we could use that though with Txp, eh? ;)


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#7 2018-09-04 17:37:37

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Re: Bring back the crazy/arty/resisty web!

Destry wrote #313828:

Haha. The fight back. Love it.

Don’t think we could use that though with Txp, eh? ;)

👍


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#8 2018-10-21 23:03:01

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Re: Bring back the crazy/arty/resisty web!

This one’s curious… X-Pub


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