- We mirror the comic Survivin' in the 'Hood adapted to the love fest by Mike Swartzbeck.
- New quotes, peoms, sounds and stories.
- We're trying an experimental filmstrip using client pull.
- A paperlike background was added throughout the lovefest for those lucky enough to have Netscape 1.1.
- "Welcome to the internet love fest", says the automatically loaded greeting, upon your first visit to the fest.
- A few more listings for the Guy Debord Archive.
- We try out the Netscape filter using client pull on the principle page.
- Audio and video qoutes are added.
- The server has settled in for the long haul. Just about every part of the love fest has been re-written after feedback from readers. We are averaging about 400 readers a day. Are you ready for more?
- Sometime yesterday morning the little light on the NT-1 started blinking. By midnight we had filled requests for
10500 files. This is about 5% of our capacity. Now we can get back to finishing all the cool stuff we're getting ready
for you. Stay tuned. You won't believe your eyes!
- The Top Ten Sites list is now on the air.
- Do you have a link to add to the love fest? Would you add the love fest to your link list?
- The ISDN line becomes active on this date. We prepare for massive linkage with the permanent address. Yeah!
- We are logging about 350 different users a day, unlinked except for friends and rhe Revolving Door.
- The new graphics set, the winter motif, is installed.
- We form our own translation company, with an eye on the world market.
- We ran a 24 hour server test on Asylum's revolving door and logged 180 different users.
1.1.95 ~ up for friendly testing.
12.9.94 ~ 12.31.94 off for major upgrades
- Incense is now for sale in the Depth Charge catalogue.
1993 ~ Our first pages were served from ClarkNet. We decide to get a clue.