"Welcome to da hood!"
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Choose the version you most prefer!
The difference between the left and right column is a slight transparent layer that indicates the path of the pancake belt around the planet!
This is the place where there will be a lot of sparkly, colorful banner-button-thingies that link to other websites that I like!
I first thought that this
For websites that don't have their own buttons
History of the word Neighborhood
Interestingly, I learned through a website that archives websites from the now defunct GeoCites that the term neighborhood might have originated from the fact that websites on early GeoCitites didn't have their own domains
If you're interested in this, I found an article which summarizes what neighborhoods were in ye oldé GeoCities day to a fantastic extent!
A stray thought about commenting buttons and websites
Recently, I found that it feels a bit blank when other pages just have a wall of buttons and say "here ya go! have fun!".
On the one hand, it encourages exploration - Bomb-diving into the cold waters without dipping your toes in first - and that can certainly have it's charm! But on the other hand, it would also be interesting to see why a person in particular has decided to put that button specifically on their own website. What is it that makes that website special or engaging to them that they found it worth sharing?
So I brushed up the old tooltips and gave every button my reasons why I like them! You can still have the experience of just clicking something randomly
This section features pages from other Neocitizens
This section has moved over to the Simple Suite because maintaining two versions of the same thing is silly and impractical.