WorldWideWeb Rebuild | owlman.rf.gd
"Party like it's 1989", ooohhhh yeeeahhh boi!
While *not* a web browser, the WorldWideWeb Rebuild project aims to emulate what it was like to have used the browser, to quote the project's homepage "In February 2019, in celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the development of WorldWideWeb, a group of developers and designers convened at CERN to rebuild the original browser within a contemporary browser, allowing users around the world to experience the rather humble origins of this transformative technology."
So yes, this *isn't* really a browser, but it is still cute to add it here.
Screenshot 1 (PNG, GIF)
Yep, it runs fine, kind of. You see, the emulation doesn't seem to like owlman.rf.gd at all, as it straight up won't load, but it is more than happy to load this website's mirror hosted on Neocities that uses HTTPS, kind of annoying, but still, owlman.rf.gd isn't the perfect host for this project, but it will do until a better host is found for it.
Screenshot 2 (PNG, GIF)
Screenshot showing what the landing page of the OwlMan website looks like [GIF] using the emulator.
Screenshot 3 (PNG, GIF)
Because I know he won't mind having free advertisement, here is what Randy Asui's website looks like [GIF] using the emulator.
You can view WorldWideWeb Rebuild from the following URL; https://worldwideweb.cern.ch
Last updated: 2019-11-10