The Web 1.0 Conference

A conference celebrating the creative, original, static (no backend) web sites, both old and new, that stand the test of time.

It's time to rediscover and bring back the lost art of web site creation.

Let's build some weird, interesting, quirky web sites!

Next Conference:

DATE TBD
San Francisco
@ Internet Archive

TICKETS TBD

TICKETS TBD

Schedule

April, 1st, 2016

6:00PM Check-in and social
7:30PM Website show and tell

Show and tell: Show us your first website or favorite 1.0 website!
9:00PM Friday closing


April 2nd, 2016

10:00AM Check in, breakfast, coffee, tea, 玉露
10:30AM Conference kickoff, 10-15 minute talks, demos and tutorials
Amber Case, (caseorganic.com/@caseorganic) Kickoff and conference introduction. Kyle Drake, founder of Neocities (kyledrake.net/@kyledrake) Why we need to bring back the creative web.
11:00AM Web site building / hacking begins
12:30PM Catered Lunch
3:00PM Japanese tea (chakai)
6:00PM Web site hacking ends
6:15PM 2 minute presentations begin.
Show everyone your awesome web creation!
7:30PM See you later! じゃまた

Registration

TBD

Tickets are $15.00, which covers food, snacks, drinks and operations for the entire conference.

Free web hosting will be provided by Neocities.

See what people made at the last Web 1.0 Conference!

Web 1.0 Conference 2015 Portland, Oregon

Code of Conduct

Press

Sponsors



Special Thanks

Venue: Internet Archive

Background image: "Our Dear Civilization by MC Steel

Bottom image: Max Capacity

Music: Windows98の

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Heroes are not giant statues framed against a red sky. They are people who say: This is my community, and it's my responsibility to make it better.

Tom McCall