Combing the depths of retrospace to preserve the past!
The purpose of this website is to archive interesting tidbits from the past on this ever dissapearing internet,
and give you guides that will help you use old technology in the current day and/or scratch that autistic itch of yours
with things only a total nerd like you (and me) would find interesting. As of October 12, 2017 there is only one guide on
the site, but that will change.
Update: October 11, 2018
It's been too long friends. I can't promise I'll actually do jack shit with this website (like 99% of the stuff on neocities) but I have been uploading stuff to my archive.org account. Some of the stuff I'd like to individually link to this site, but my lazy ass may not get that done. You can find my uploads here.
Update: January 31, 2018
In typical web 1.0 fashion my site was created, gave a lot of promises to people, and never updated. I don't really plan to abandon it, but I think I'll pass on the web 1.0 style and instead use this to learn HTML.
Update: October 23, 2017
Finally fixed the Windows 98 revive guide. It was originally sitting on my computer for a while, so I just uploaded it, not realizing all the grammar errors I made. It's been updated now, with some fixes and added information. Most of my time dedicated to this site has been doing research, and the major update I have planned is still a ways off. It might not please everyone, but I think some people will find it neat.
Update: October 12, 2017
I finally broke the site out of it's long held egg. No more shitty red screen full of incomprehensible gobledegook. There is now a guide for breathing life into windows 98. I am preparing for another major update.