So because of the tenth anniversary of TF.N that we're now celebrating, I took a gander at the Internet Wayback machine, something I haven't done in awhile, and took a look at all of the archived TF.N designs. Here's the first logged design: http://web.archive.org/web/19980116122524/http://www.theforce.net/ Looking at it, it's pretty bland and looks absolutely nothing like it does now. It was probably seen as pretty advanced back in the day, but I doubt anyone would pay much attention to it in today's world. It's amazing how far this stuff has come. Here is a link to the list of all of the other designs this site has had: http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.theforce.net I thought it would be nice to have a discussion about the progression of web design by basing it around TF.N and the ten years of its existence. I'm not good with getting the ball rolling on discussions, so I'll leave you with this and ask, what do you guys think about how far TF.N and internet designing has come in the past one and a half decades (or whenever the internet went public )?