There's a Firefox thread here and the Commodore 64 was referenced. It got me thinking about the first time I was ever "online". I would like to share my experience and would like to read your stories too. My father subscribed to the ISP, IDT and had some kind of "shell" account where he was able to access text only using the Commodore 128. It was very odd. I think we went the CIA Factbook page a lot and some MLB stat page. We also printed out the lyrics to every Pink Floyd song ever with some archaic dot matrix printer where we needed to seperate each page for 1/2 and hour after it was done. I remember also printing the script to Monty Python and The Holy Grail. The first time I saw images online was on my future wife's Uncle's compuserve account which I was trying to use to get research articles for school. Of course I still needed countless hours photocopying in the library as the Library of Congress website didn't have what I needed and/or was too expensive.:eek2: Remember your first times online? It's amazing how far the web has come.