[LINK] Ugly 90s websites

Serge Burjak sburjak at systech.com.au
Fri Mar 15 10:48:10 AEDT 2019

Hi Tom,

Nice work. Pages aren't polished as they are these days because of tech
limitations, but the content is much higher quality than you get these
days. Loved the balloon and wireless work over Canberra, as well as the
'big things' tour. I thought I was the only one with a GSM data card in
those days. I also played with data transmission on the AMPS network as
well. That was pretty ugly too. The wireless equipment suppliers made me
feel like it was all too hard.

Thank you very much for sharing this history.


Serge Burjak

On Fri, 15 Mar 2019 at 09:01, Tom Worthington <tom.worthington at tomw.net.au>

> On 14/3/19 11:46 am, Roger Clarke wrote:
> > More here ...
> My first web page, demonstrated to the ACS Canberra Branch, July 1994:
> https://web.archive.org/web/19981202132649/http://www.acslink.net.au/%7Etomw/hitech.html
> This consists of a home page with a menu of nine links. But the pages
> linked to don't link back to the home page.
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