The Meyer Home Page first went online on 1995 January 30. It was hosted by the Yale “Pantheon” web server, where Reed had a graduate student account. It initially consisted of a main page, an astronomy links page, a miscellaneous links page, and a fan site for the Prisoner TV series. The astronomy and miscellaneous links pages reflect the fact that the site served mainly as Reed’s personal web page in the early stages. However, Reed’s brothers, Kent and Kirby, who had instigated him to set up the site in those early years of the World Wide Web, were active with the site from the beginning, since they had no personal sites of their own. They helped develop the Prisoner site, which was called The Prisoner U.S. Home Page because all the other major Prisoner fan sites at that time were in Europe. Around this time, the brothers added “stubs” for fan sites about game shows and about the TV series MacGyver, but these sites were never developed. In early 1996, the three brothers added the T.T.A.A. Home Page to the site, and extensively improved the Prisoner pages. The site was registered with the U.S. Copyright Office in early 1997. The Meyer Home Page was moved to a private server, “gigacorp.net,” in 2002 March; this provided the impetus to restructure the site, as it was now no longer technically Reed’s personal website. Individual personal sites for Reed, Kent, and Kirby were created; the astronomy and miscellaneous links pages, having always effectively been Reed’s personal pages, were moved under his new personal site; and the undeveloped MacGyver and game show pages were finally scrapped. In 2004, a “new, better, wow” main page was instituted, and The Prisoner U.S. Home Page is currently undergoing an overhaul, including the addition of more flavorful technology, such as CGI programs, which were mostly impossible while the website was hosted on a university server.
My future sister-in-law, Wendy Janssen-Geraeds, bakes designer cakes for sale in the Venlo metro area in the Netherlands; her new website includes a photo gallery of some of her cake creations (these links are to pages written in Dutch). I have tried several of her cakes and they are "de lekkerste" (i.e., most delicious) as well as nice eye candy, to use a pun.
Any Penn State alumnus should be greatly concerned over the general public's misunderstanding of the facts of the Sandusky scandal; this misunderstanding harms the University's reputation and can impact the value of a Penn State diploma. A website has been established to educate the public on the real facts of the Sandusky scandal, separating what is known from what is just opinion and speculation.
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