From the Wayback machine. Captures from March 3, 2000
The UI looked thus:
By Njahnke – Screenshot taken on my computer, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=58268108
Look further into the history of this seminal peer to peer application at wikipedia
The kids of today should defend themselves against the 70’s
It’s not reality, just someone else’s sentimentality
It won’t work for you
Baby boomers, selling you rumors of their history
Forcing youth away from the truth of what’s real today
NY Times Style Magazine has a pretty groovy thing on this thirty six month period in the Big Apple.Were those three years an inflexion point?
A polarizing Republican in the White House. Protests for equality in the streets. A new wave of sexual self-identification. This was N.Y.C. in the early ’80s, during the 36 months in which it changed art, design, activism, food, literature and love — forever.
Frank Bruni makes the case.
24 hours/Oral History.