100 days! 10 years!

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100 days! 10 years!

Published: Monday November 24th 2003 (12 years ago)
Updated: Wednesday December 10th 2003, 10:59AM
by Martin Joergensen

The GFF Blog passed its 100'th day

Time really does fly!

Yesterday the GFF Blog passed it's 100th day. Amazing! I remeber installing this new feature just a short while ago, and now we're already closing in on our first quarter.

That's one thing we have learned doing GFF: time really flies when in good company. As it has been mentioned several times already, the rune stones for The Global FlyFisher were carved almost 10 years ago, and we are still considering ways of celebrating that. in the coming year.

GFF is an OLD site. A decade on the Internet is a long time. We reach almost back to the beginning of Internet times - back when Microsoft still thought that the proprietary Microsoft Nework would gain world dominance, dial up connections were the order of the day and Mosaic was the only web browsers around.

If you want to see what GFF was like back then, you may want to read this little piece on GFF.

Notice the couple of links in the right hand column. They point to some ancient articles by Bob P and myself.

I have been preparing a small history of GFF for a while, with some pictures of the old looks, but still haven't finished it. I will see what I can do about it, now that 2004 gets closer.

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