That's just awesome.But isn't the ZIP code anachronistic?(Did Mountain View even have a postal zone number?)
It can't be as anachronistic as the  VIDEO checkbox.
Nonsense, I expect my reels to be arriving by post any day now!
You mean that's not the same ZIP I sent Polaroids of my Activision scores to in 1983?
I... totally did this for my high score on MegaMania.
I had patches for Kaboom, Chopper Command, and River Raid. I know I had more. Unfortunately, I was dumb and threw them away when I was a teenager.
They never sent my patch. What a rip-off.
I'm still owed one, too, for Pitfall. Fucking Activision.
From what I can tell from reading design blogs, the typeface is also remarkably modern (I believe it's Gotham, as used by the Obama campaign). Helvetica or Futura would be more appropriate.
Still, nice work :-).
Or, for that matter, the "CLASSIC" designation.
And would they really have spent money on a third ink color for just two letters?
Thats really funny.. ^__^
No standard files containing all your search terms were found.
Your search - Rabies Vaccine - did not match any documents.
* Make sure all words are spelled correctly. * Try different keywords. * Try more general keywords. * Try fewer keywords.
These need to be style options on google.com.
Hitachi's "Life Without The Hard Drive" has a view on search technology very similar. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuMIDxC9JTI
was a local BBS (run on an Apple //c) that periodically dialed into a local University computer IIRC. You could fashion an email that would get routed to a computer (at MIT?) that would parse the email for commands to do a gopher search and would email the reply.
I relied on analagous services for FTP back in the days when the only options for Internet access in my city were one commercial ISP ($10/meg for email, $40/meg for anything else) or a free council-operated service that provided a VMS account with mail and news, but no FTP.