About two decades ago, I built a website for the National Junior Classical League's individual website competition. This website, JJJCL, won a 2nd place award for how blindingly brilliant it was. I kept the site puttering along as I moved my static HTML site content from 'homepage.mac.com' to a personal bare metal webserver I ran for a few years, then eventually moved it to the server where I hosted this site (jeffgeerling.com).
But along the transition of this site from Drupal 6 to 7, it seems like that site dropped off the face of the Internet. And with it, part of my (embarrassing, design-wise? sure) history on the web. Luckily, I have archives of practically everything I've ever created, so today I'm happy to announce I have restored that part of my personal history to the Internet, along with another purpose-built static HTML site I built in Apple's short-lived iTools HomePage:
- JJJCL - The Latin Supersite!
- Duel of the Seminarians (an old Star Wars fan film created for a summer camp in 2006)
As I've been mentioning on my Drupal 7 to 8 migration live streaming series, it's important to maintain links and content on the web, redirecting things from the old locations to the new in the process. At least, I think so, but I'm a little bit of a data hoarder, so maybe my view is a little tainted.