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  8. pachanka answered: Mosaic, and searching in hotbot, and later on dogpile… The best use of frames I’ve seen since. :-)
  9. dudemau5 answered: geocities and AOL, baby.
  10. pogus reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    My first memory of using the World Wide Web (WWW) occurred somewhere between 1992 and 1996. So imprecise a date, I am...
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  12. cc452 answered: My Dad got the first personal internet connection in the city, and he showed me a Hubble image using Mosaic. I think 1993, when I was 6.
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    WOW. I think I was 10 using dial up AOL. I thought it was so cool to have my own email address
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    You know what ? This is the first world wide web page ever
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    I’ve been trying to track down my old Beatles fanpage on Geocities. I think I have printed copies of the newsletter we’d...
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  18. gardenlilie answered: Earliest memories r of my brother w/ a landline going up the stairs into his room. 4 me I learned the web, made 10pg book w/pics/words in 3d.
  19. juophoto answered: AOL was my first foray into the internet. usually through internet explorer in my parents basement on an apple power pc
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    I remember when you had to submit your page to Google for approval before they would add it to the search database (or...