I got instantaneous flashback from this. I was on the internet in 91 or 92 using PINE and other stuff I can't remember the name of on a monochrome screen and a 2400 baud modem (I was able to skip the 300 and 1200). By mid 1994 I had a 4 color EGA monitor, 14400 baud modem and my first WWW login. WOW what an amazing world of very little it was. I remember there was one page that was a counter of how many pages existed on the whole web. Who knows if it was accurate but I watched it go from double digits through mid triple digits and it disappeared or maybe I stopped watching.THIS GUY.
Wayne Schmidt's multi-topic site covering everything from telescope making and betta breeding to the strange world of lucid dreamingwww.waynesthisandthat.com
Actually, despite the fact that this site is essentially a time machine back to 1999, the content is super addicting. A few years ago I read through a ton of his pages. He's like the coolest grandpa ever LOL.
For instance, check out his experimentation to find out how to make the best tasting cake from a box mix.
It was his tutorial on how to grow ranunculuses that first led me to the page.
I like the way this guy thinks.
Even if his web design skills aren't exactly cutting edge.