Our friend Christopher, here with us from Angleterre, is a wee bit of an Internet privacy expert – and has pointed us to a site which is too much fun – the Internet Archive WayBackMachine. We’ve been laughing at some of the early iterations of our company website.
Our first site was built in Microsoft’s awful web page builder, Frontpage, back in 1997. Scene by Scene® was the post-production arm of Medri Kinnon Productions Limited – the company Imbi and I founded in 1984. (Firefox can’t render the page properly today – the logo ends up on the right, rather than the left.)
Here’s my page from our 1999 update. The pic is a self portrait from a Sony Mavica camera. Note that I made a feeble attempt at blog-like writing under RANT. The idea was to do a monthly comment. It wasn’t successful. (I was in my DymoType phase of graphic design.)
Click Demo on this page to see examples of some of our work from the early days of this millennium.
The WayBackMachine is definitely a fun way to waste time.