Comments about Dejavu.org
Picks of the week 2000-07-24
"Deja Vu makes it clear: we've browsed a long way, baby."
"It's history in the making so, um, 'gopher it.'"
Hot site 2000-08-02
"Relive those prehistoric days of the Web"
Our featured super-useful site 2001-02-19
What's Cool 2000-08-11
"10 - Don't miss!"
Today's monkey bite
"The '80s retro trend is o-ver. What's in is mid-'90s retro."
Article by Giesbert Damaschke 2000-07-31
"Die Spritztour in die Vergangenheit ist amüsant und lehrreich"
Article by Hemos 2000-08-03
"Very fun -- the timeline is interesting reading, too. It's like a trip down Memory Lane."
Le surf 2000-07-17
"L'incursion dans l'histoire du Web proposie par Deja Vu est peu commune."
Web watch 2000-08-10
"it should be required surfing for all web designers..."
"here's a chance to relive it all"
"For an overview of Web browser history, check out Deja Vu".
Memories are made of this, August 2000
"What a rush, I almost cried."
Site unseen 2000-08-09
"A window into the web's past"
"makes for a nostalgia kick"
Article by Tilman Baumgärtel, 2000-08-04
"Wenn es ein Netz-Museum gäbe, wäre "Dejavu" die Abteilung für Vor- und Frühgeschichte."
The Boston Globe
Article by Julia Lipman, 2000-08-30
"'Generation X' coiner Douglas Coupland once defined something called 'ultra-short term nostalgia,' exemplified by a sense that 'everything was so much better in the world last week.' Change the world to the Web and last week to five years ago, and you've got dejavu.org."
The Globe And Mail
Canada's National Newspaper, 2000-08-15
"try the vintage browsers that were popular in olden days"
Månadstipset, August 2000
SearchDay, August 6, 2002
"It's both fun and instructive to use these emulators"
Website reviews, Discussion thread August 2000
"I enjoy seeing any type of history presented cleverly and accurately (the historical links in the browser emulations are priceless...what a cool homage and clever contextual riff). This is definitely a case study for designing in the vernacular, and capitalizing on context and user interaction to facilitate learning."
Kim Komando Komputer Klinik
Kool Sites, 2000-08-04
"Hey Kids! Want to see how your parents surfed the web way back when?"
Site of the week(?), August 2000
Can anybody translate the text?
Vakkanam - the ultimate Tamil portal
article in tamil
Il sito della settimana, August 2000
"C'era una volta... il web"
Site of the week, 2000-09-04
"Take a trip through Web history"
Rapidly Changing Face of Computing Technology Journal, 2000-09-04
"insights into where the next eight to eighty years will be going"
"Ah, the memories."
Discussion thread, August 2000
"History of the Internet already!"
News Internet und Kommunikation
"Deja-vu für Surfer der ersten Stunde"
Navigalo, August 2000
Can anybody translate the rest?
les articles, August 2000
"Il était une fois... le Web "
"Det er en morsom opplevelse"
International review 2000-09-13
"wonderful and authentic emulation"
Article by Warren Sullivan
"Take a look at the historical World Wide Web timeline to get an insight to how quickly we toss out the old and usher in the new. The automobile industry designs a completely new model perhaps every 5 to 7 years. In Internet time make that 5 to 7 months. Incredible!"
"Téléportez-vous dans cette belle époque!"
Western Carolina University
Computer Science 101 curriculum
"Check the Browser emulator."
I have no idea what the text says, but the image looks nice. Can anybody translate?
"oh god. this is just really... cool."
"This site looks best with NSCA Mosaic 0.9b"
"pretty convincing. ;)"
O'Reilly Network 2000-10-12
Form over Substance
"This is a great resource; spend some time here"
Site of the day, 2000-07-26
"Deja Vu lets you take a magical mystery tour"
Christian Science Monitor
"just in case..."
"Enable prehistoric mode, feel the charms of vintage browsers."
Day 17, Australia
"This is sooo cool! Relive the web in the days of horse draw carts"
"learn about the Stone Age of cyberspace"
Article by Gunnar Garfors, 2000-07-14
"en nostalgibolge farer gjennom kroppen"
"il ne sert à rien, il est donc indispensable"
"Do the time warp"
Article by Mikael Pawlo, 2000-07-18
"Jag rekommenderar Pär Lannerös historiska återblick Dejavu.org"
"Dejavu.org is extremely cool"
"Relive the sloth-like speed, nightmarish user interfaces, and new-car smell of the web browsers of yesteryear"
Article, 16 de agosto de 2000
"Depois dos browsers, a web encontrou sua verdadeira vocao"
I have no idea what this Brazilian article says, but it's six pages long!
Dejavu.org has been the "site of the day", "click of the week" etc. on the following sites:
Excite's Webwaste: Phreaky Phriday Phun Linx
Paisley's Cool Sites
Internet Internt Link-Empfelungen
RTL (French radio station)
Bayerischen Rundfunk (German radio station)
Internet monitor, Hungary
The naked PC
De digitale stad, Netherlands
Golden house-sparrow award
...your site will be linked once we have time to check the referrer logs again.
We have no idea what people say and write about Dejavu in printed news, radio and tv. Have you seen anything? Please tell us! You may use email or the form in the bottom of this page which has more info about this project... Also, there are several articles in Greek, Dutch, Russian, Hebrew, Spanish and Portugese, which we do not understand. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Some articles actually suggest improvements which we have made to dejavu. All articles inspire us to make a better site.