Discussion in 'Great HITs' started by Lucas, Oct 22, 2015.
This was back when AOL charged by the hour, bwahahha. Once it went flat rate, forget it.
I need to get my life together.
More like 20 years ago
1 Min. Short Timer
Title: Answer 5 questions for the web page shown (5-second test)
Requester: Chris Eklund [A2YZRP5INEYC8G] (TO)
☢☢☢☢☢ 5.00 Communicativity
☢☢☢☢☢ 5.00 Generosity
☢☢☢☢☢ 5.00 Fairness
☢☢☢☢☢ 5.00 Promptness
Number of Reviews: 3
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Description: All you have to do is: Look at the page for 5 seconds then answer 5 short questions that appear when the time is up.
Time: 2 minutes
Hits Available: 1
Qualifications: Masters has been granted, Total approved HITs is not less than 1000, HIT approval rate (%) is not less than 95, Location is US
Got the old feels...
I am surprised nobody has mentioned Prodigy, unless I missed it.
Someone did. When I bought my computer from Sears, it included 3 free months of Prodigy.
I remember when windows 95 came out. That was the best thing ever. Damn I feel old
And for some more 90s fun, try this out - http://www.wonder-tonic.com/geocitiesizer/
Disclaimer - that ugly shit might crash your browser, LOL.
Did anyone else get the version of Windows 95 that had the weezer videos preinstalled to show the graphics capabilities of windows 85?
When I was 14 I had a "relationship" with a "20 year old stripper" in an AOL chat room. I was naive as fuck, lol.
Weezer vids and Hover game.
I was probably that 12 year old pretending to be a 20 years old stripper. My hacking skill was on point back then too...lol. The sending people 100 pop ups at a time. That's when the internet was fun.
Edit I think I need to ban my kids from using the computer.
PI search is up if anyone likes those.
one hell of a meaning in this song. probably one of the best metallica has wrote
My mom worked for PC World, and they hooked us up with free Prodigy, and then AOL. I don't think anybody could call the house any time between 1991 and whenever they got broadband.
I still remember the first time that I ever had to use this crazy thing called email. It was for a college assignment. The professor was explaining that we should all learn it because it met the cross-curriculum technology objective. It was something all the universities were agreeing to implement.