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Who had an Expage?

Rik McCloud

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Anybody remember The Express Page? It was one of the first build your own free websites and when I discovered it, I had a lot of fun with it. Whilst it was a very basic and limited creation site, you could still add HTML, games, quizzes and guestbooks.

Expage is no more but thanks to the WayBackMachine website, I rediscovered some of my old websites. My most popular one was about, you guessed it, Star Fox called Fox McCloud's Home. I originally created it in 2002 and over the three to four years it was online, it got aroud 5k hits. Amazingly, a lot of the links on this archived site still works and it's taken a few shots from a year period where you can see updates that I did occasionally.

If you want to check it out, link's here: http://web.archive.org/web/20050406090426/http://foxmccloudshome.cjb.net/

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Ahhhh, the days where all kids wanted to have their own page. :-)

I don't remember Expage from back in the day. Most everyone I knew who were making their own basic webpages in the mid-late 1990's were using Geocities as they seemed (at least from my experience) to have the vast majority of new webpages. Fortunecity was pretty popular around that time as well. The first webpage that I created came out after Goldeneye 007 for the N64 was released, it's still up and can be found here

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