/b/ - I don't have a big interest in modern tech. I have an interest in tech, but it's just more about tech from the 70s-2000s. I've wanted to make a site in the style of an early Web 2.0 thing, as I don't like social media and want to have my own identity, in a


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I don't have a big interest in modern tech. I have an interest in tech, but it's just more about tech from the 70s-2000s. I've wanted to make a site in the style of an early Web 2.0 thing, as I don't like social media and want to have my own identity, in a weird way. Call my own shots, and do what I think is cool, no matter what the idiotic machine wants me to think and do. I've wanted it to broadcast my interests among other things, and rants I'd write if I felt pissed.

Anyways /b/, any fellow anons who've worked on sites before?

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 No.8063[D][DF]

>>8061
I used wix cause one, I'm a newbie. Two, it was gonna be something small really. Just a website to relax, click a little button and listen to one song from Werner Tautz.

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>>8061
I've only learned basic html5 and css and that's about it

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>>8061
I don't like much modern website design either, but that's a design thing I guess, more than a "tech" one
>I've wanted to make a site in the style of an early Web 2.0 thing, as I don't like social media and want to have my own identity, in a weird way.
I've been thinking of doing the same. Imo in a way a social media account gives you less freedom over what format you can present your things in and how you present them. Plus it gives you the feeling that you're being mass-produced. A personal website requires more effort, and draws less users, but it's something completely yours
In the past I made a few websites, mostly with html/css but once I used wordpress. That was the only one to ever go online
Now I was thinking of making one in html/css/javascript and putting it on neocities, and to use it to share the things I do whatever they are, or just things I like. Possibly also "rants" or whatever but I don't think I've got a lot to say for now.
Honestly I don't really know what web 2.0 means or how it looks like, and I've only seen a few websites from the 2000s, but I'm not going to make my website look like most sites look lately
Something like this should do: https://billwurtz.com/
Btw, he's a great guy. He's famous on youtube, but you can look at his stuff completely from his website (and he hosts the videos, doesn't just put links to youtube)

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>>8068
That was pretty funny, the last one sucks though



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