Facebook announced the Internet nostalgia app E.gg

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A strange new Facebook app is launching, and is based on roll back 90s internet. E. Is the latest creation from Facebook’s experimental app team new product experiment And is intended to “reinvent that environment” of the early web.

The section about E.gg looks like an old-school Geocities web page, and even features an old 3D animated Oogachacka dancing baby GIF – one of the Internet’s first viral hits.

The developers wrote, “We started working on E. After some people remember a certain raw and exploratory spirit of themselves, which the developers wrote.” “Sure, it was clumsy to use – dangerous at the time, even – but in that strange mess was a strange and adorable market GIF of guestbook entries, passionate guestbook entries, personal ones made by people Was keenly aware of a keen interest in webpages. He and he simply wanted to create their own digital space. “

E. Can be used to create collages and mixed-media pages for fan sites or for pages about your own app. Once the iOS app is launched, you can use it to create a “canvas” filled with GIFs, images, and text, place this content anywhere on the page, and choose a URL to create .

The waitlist is now open, and the app will be launched “on a rolling basis”. You can follow E.gg on Instagram. At this point, it has only 350 followers.

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