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Old 2003-05-22, 12:23 PM   #1
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visit this page...

http://www.mostannoyingwebpage.com

have fun! don't blame me tho.... heh heh heh
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Old 2003-05-22, 12:55 PM   #2
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Most annoying web page? Hell no!

The most annoying web pages ever are generally advertised by...

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posted by some crazy foo'
HI PLS COME VISTI MY SITE OK BYE THX
...and generally take the form of a layout that doesn't work unless you have your window exactly the same size as theirs when they made it, a few images you've seen elsewhere and a guestbook signed by three people.

It probably has a big flashing yellow title on a black background, too...

However I have just remembered this, a node on Everything2 which sums it up far better than I can.

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Old 2003-05-22, 02:32 PM   #3
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I made a site just like that once. It's fun. LOL
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Old 2003-05-22, 08:30 PM   #4
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Yes yes, my first ever website was one of those with the leary colours made in notepad and hosted by angelfire *shudders*. I seem to remember thinking the <blink> parameter to be really, really cool.
Now, in my more grown up world of web design in which I design websites for all kinds of companies and organisations, I 'forget' those days...



but deep down inside, I think I still have a hidden fetish for the <blink> command.
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Old 2003-05-22, 08:44 PM   #5
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but deep down inside, I think I still have a hidden fetish for the <blink> command.
<has epileptic fit just thinking about it>

I was just trying to find my first website, the sole purpose of which was to subject the public to my first computer game about racing hamsters. Sadly it was not forthcoming... Tripod must have finally realised I didn't use it any more...

Strangely enough the search thingy on Tripod's page was amusing... on searching for my name the results it came up with included such sponsored links as...

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Buy or Sell Phil Himsworth on eBay!
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Find a low price for Phil Himsworth at Amazon.co.uk
I would be tempted, but I don't think I'd get much...

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Old 2003-05-22, 09:27 PM   #6
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making websites with the <marquee> command , now that was cool

http://www.geocities.com/superkickassdesign/
these people can make some really good sites! I can highly recommend them!

enough silly links for now...
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