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Posted by: briansittley Comments: 0 0 Post Date: August 13, 2009


Have you visited the Internet’s Wayback Machine?

It’s an archive of over 150 billion old web pages put up since 1996.   You can type in an old web address, and see what the site looked like way back when.  Including our company’s, above, ca. 1998, complete with frames technology and, yes… scrolling banners, and just about every color in the palette. 

A remarkable source of unending embarrassment for thousands of early Internet developer wannabes. 

To squeeze the lemon though… think of it as driving to high school in some really crappy car (nowadays, think minivan).   Hey, you can say, at least I was driving, loser.

Funny though, today we have a newer and, we’d like to think, better website, we operate under a different name (PSSI replaced PMI in 2006), and we still have several of the key people, doing much the same type of work.  Just newer.  Better.  The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Unless, of course, you visit the wayback machine.

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