17 Ancient Abandoned Websites That Still Work


Sweet Moses, how far we’ve come as an industry.

This takes me back!

(Source: gorillaguerrilla)



We’ve got 11 days left on our campaign and still have $13,000 to go on our campaign. We can make it but we need your help. Help us make our woman-driven movie about VHS tapes and memetics: Back Us!

Donating any amount gets you access to behind-the-scenes updates on Kickstarter but here’s some stuff you get at other levels:

  • $5 gets you a link to watch the movie online.
  • $20 gets you a digital download of the movie.
  • $50 you get a choice between the Digital Download and the “Digital Package” (pre-production materials like the shooting script and the storyboards) or a DVD and the “Digital Package” 
  • $75 gets you a VHS Bootleg of the movie and the Digital Package
  • $100 gets you the VHS and the DVD with the Digital Package
  • $150 get you the DVD, Digital Package, and your choice of getting your image in the movie, being an extra in the movie, script coverage by me, or a hot night of Karaoke with me
  • $200 gets you the DVD, Digital Package, and invite to the screening of the Final Cut with cast and crew. 
  • $250 gets you the DVD, Digital Package, and one of the props from the movie. 
  • $1000 gets you everything (DVD, VHS, digital copy, Digital Package, image in the movie, be an extra, script coverage, karaoke, invite to the screening, and a prop)

Lots of stuff. Cool stuff, I think. So, you know: Back Us.

Support my friend Sean.


I am Jillian

I have received this question repeatedly in my Tumblr inbox lately, from several different people, so instead of continually addressing it on an individual basis, here it is:

I will NEVER give up my Tumblr user name under any circumstances. I have been using this account daily for over 6 years, and although I don’t post often, I still comment, like, read, and follow friends. I am on here every day, multiple times a day.

I have been a part of the Tumblr community since before its major release. I have met some great people on here, and my Dashboard is my online home.

Sorry if I sound grumpy about this. I’m just sick of dealing with it.


Thoroughly entertaining video about the history of the Canadian/US border.


My Tumblr turned 6 years old yesterday

I’m still hanging in here, reading my dashboard every day, posting as  infrequently as ever. I’m having deja vu.

It is a difficult time for me to reflect about my Tumblr history when I’m being forced to reflect on so many other areas of my life. I had a post, a big, long, rambling post that I spent all morning writing, but I realized, in the end, none of it matters, and here is why:

Fear —> Anger —> Apathy  

Clearly I am in the Apathy stage of my life.