Below is a collection of links to some neat sites
that you should totally check out!
Home to some very powerful and lightweight tools
and Utilities written in C++ for Windows.
- HiTech Laboratories
An abandon DOS website hosting a full graphical
DOS GUI and wicked soundblaster compatible MIDI
- Marcel de Kogel's Homepage
Marcel de Kogel's personal website with some cool
emulators including a great Colecovision/Coleco Adam
- 95 Is Alive
A large archive of all the tricks and tweaks you could
ever need for maintaining your old Win95 box!
- The 386 experience
A large archive with loads of software for you to
run on your old 386 systems
- The Unofficial CP/M Website
An archive of Digital Research software, with even some
source code included
Your source for anything abandonware, from old
Windows to CP/M, almost any abandonware software
can be found here
- Pete's QB Site
The original, ULTIMATE, resource for everything
- Mike Hawk's QB Page
Various QuickBASIC tutorials and some impressive games
to go along with it.
The original home of TCP DOS networking for
QuickBASIC, also includes a nice DOS IRC client
A masive GeoCities archive restoring all that
was lost one day in 2009
- The Old Internet
A proxy for the web archive which attempts to bring
back web browsing on vintage computers of the 90s
- The WayBack Machine
An Internet archiving paroject started in 1996 to
show and preserve how the web has changed over time
- Homebrew CPU Web-Ring
Think you know a lot about digital electronics?
These guys built their own CPUs from scratch!
Matthew Sarnoff's personal website with a collection
of neat electronics projects
- Metal Midi
A large collection of the heaviest midis
known to man!
- Darryl Baschuk's Home Page
The homepage of my Uncle Darryl, the person
who first got me interested in web design
- Nick Wiebe's Home Page
Nick Wiebe's homepage with some neat projects including a 150
line C++ vi clone
- Derek Martens' Home Page
University of Manitoba compsci graduate. All around cool guy,
you should consider hiring him
- Nick Letchford's Home Page
Nick Letchford's homepage with some (sometimes broken)
blog posts and some personal projects
- My mom's website
Because she said I need to include a link to it
on my site...
- Rainbow Arch
All the web tools and scripts you'd ever need to
bring your website right into the late 90s!