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I archived some stuff from the Yesterweb

If you hang around the retro/indie/non-corporate web, you've probably come across, which was a community meant to spark enthusiasm for the self-owned web and serve as a resource for learning about how to build your own websites. It's being shut down, for a variety of reasons, which you can read about on the page I've linked above.

I'm not interested in talking about why it's being shuttered, though, I just wanted to give everyone a heads up that I've archived several of the pages they used to have available, and saved them both here to my website and to the Internet Archive. Some of these are also available via the Wayback Machine, but it's more difficult to navigate to them that way, and some of the more dynamic pages aren't easily manipulated there, so I've pulled them down into zips that you can crawl through locally.

Click through to the post to grab the forum archive, links directory, webring member list, and some visual resources that were shared via the Yesterweb Discord.


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