View manifest.js
"version": "1.0.2", // version of the manifest format
"mediawiki": {
"name": "Wikidata",
"root": "",
"main_page": "",
"api": ""
"namespace": {
"item": "Item",
View manifest.json
"version": "1.0.2", // version of the manifest format
"mediawiki": {
"name": "Wikidata",
"root": "",
"main_page": "",
"api": ""
"namespace": {
"item": "Item",
View nirvana.html
Today they are just browsers...
Today it is Netscape 3 or 3.5,
or point 7, tomorrow it will netscape 4.0,
communicator, transformator, teleporter,
Netscape 10,
Gold, Platinum. Netscape Natural, Netscape Nitro,
Netscape Nirvana!
View lisa.html
Lisa wouldn't just copy somebody's code.
She would write it herself!
Yes, she would. And it would be beautiful...
You know she would type all her tags in upper case,
and if one tag would be nested in another
-- I'm sure she knows that tags can be nested --
she would make a new line and
View tbl.html
Webrings will become our chambers of torture,
framesets will be our crucifix.
Broken links will dig into our wounds,
the spears of incomplete homepages...
...we will be raising our hands to the heavens
wishing we died in a flood,
wishing we were never born,
wishing for Tim Berners Lee to never be born!
View p2p_pull.html
Don't get me wrong,
I believe in end to end,
in peer to peer,
I am a pull media guy,
I'd give my left nut for the World Wide Web!
View no_way.html
So I'm telling you, Jake,
there is no way I'm clicking on FRAMES!
View i_hate_the_web.html
I hate the Web.
It was all wrong from the start.
What the web should be is pristine simplicity.
But all these people who don't know anything about programming,
who don't know the difference between structure and style,
who make two <BR>s instead of one <P>,
they shouldn't be allowed to make web pages.
Never. Never.
View embed.html
<iframe width="640" height="480" src="" scrolling="no" frameborder="no"></iframe>
View blink_is_back.css