Weekly Website Wednesday: Plastic Living

You know how I like ancient websites that are still around? Well, Plastic Living started in 1998 and is still being updated today. It still has that early internet aesthetic, though, so I LOVE it.

Plastic Living is a website that catalogues the history of plastic products. I like plastic, because through plastic humans have achieved near-immortality. The pharaohs really should have filled their tombs with plastic. When I die, plasticize my organs before sticking them in the gaudiest canopic jars that money can buy.

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Weekly Website Wednesday: Classic Reload

Classic Reload is a website that lets you play Dos, Commodore 64 and Sega Genesis/MegaDrive games in your browser, so that you can just play right away and not have to worry about fiddling with settings.

You can play some of my favourites, such as: Moraff’s World, Donald Duck’s Playground, Hugo’s House of Horrors, Cosmo’s Cosmic Adventure, Dracula in London, Crosscountry Canada, Mario Brothers VGA, Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing, and ETC!

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Weekly Website Wednesday: DustinDiamond.com

Max Goldberg of YTMND fame, bought DustinDiamond.com in 2001. The real Dustin Diamond didn’t like this and proceeded to sue Max. Surprisingly, Dustin Diamond actually lost the case because the jury found that the website was a non-commercial fair-use parody. And, thus, ended the case of the only ever time that a celebrity wasn’t able to win their domain name, to the best of my knowledge.

Dustin Diamond is a jerk, anyway.

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