My earliest site

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I learned HTML informally while in seminary, around 1996. I wrote several faith-related pages and hosted them on my school-related server account. I bet I still have some of the files on a floppy disk, but I'm happy to let them rest there; after all, "1996 style" is a by-word for ugly. And the Internet Archive doesn't have copies of those earliest pages.

The first was called "The Evangelical Universalist" -- named for a nineteenth-century newspaper but preceeding the book of the same name. Not much to look at, but the version that I transferred to Geocities (remember Geocities?) can take you back.

One Reply to “My earliest site”

  1. I remember this “critter”, as well as other fauna from the old “Christian Universalist Webring”. Webrings seemed so clever back then…

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