Another site built for the touchscreen empire that did not materialize. Way before iTunes, we had mp3 samples of every song and could purchase them online. No full downloads, we mailed out cds. Lost a lot of money. :)

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5th Iteration? of the Mardi Gras website. All features were run from our servers. Ads, Listservs, Calendar, Bulletin Board, etc. This year the servers were still in my basement on a T-1. Near meltdown.

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Our first band site. Jimmy built an empire with this. The Hippies loved the color and pictures. I liked the ability to change the whole site in a few minutes with stylesheets.

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