Once upon a time, when visual text browsers were young, everyone made web pages. They made them for the fun of it, for the practice of it, for the advertisement. Now, only a few years later, the web's just another feature of digital activity. I had dozens of no-longer-links here from those days, but there's no point keeping so much text which merely acts as a place holder until any of those people make web pages again. These days, web pages come in many more forms, many of them fairly low maintenance: Amazon wish lists and weblogs are popular versions. See also Medievalist Weblogs.
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