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AfterDawn's 16th birthday

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 10 Jun 2015 10:57 User comments (7)

AfterDawn's 16th birthday Wow. Another year has passed and we're celebrating our site's 16th birthday today. I still remember our first years: a site strictly focused on digital multimedia, i.e. MP3 technology and DVD tech. As technologies have evolved, so has our site and its content.
I would like to simply thank all of our staff members, moderators and users for keeping this site alive for all these years. I expect more equally great years to follow.

Thank you!

-Petteri Pyyny, CEO (@pyyny)
AfterDawn Oy


P.S. For the "this gets asked every year" question: here's the oldest screenshot of our site that we know of, from Summer of 1999:

AfterDawn v1

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7 user comments

110.6.2015 11:57

:D great job guys keep it going.

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210.6.2015 12:06

Keep going! I love you guys!

310.6.2015 14:40

That webpage, a masterpiece of the dial up era.


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410.6.2015 19:26

I've been around for quite a while. This place helped me to learn the basics of online media. Things like codecs and video basics like cropping and all the fundamentals we now all take for granted.
Thanks in large part to Afterdawn.
You guys should be very proud.


Oh, Im sorry... Did the middle of my sentence interrupt the beginning of yours?

511.6.2015 5:07

Happy birthday guys and well done to all of you.

Long may it continue!



611.6.2015 13:36

Originally posted by ThePastor:
I've been around for quite a while. This place helped me to learn the basics of online media. Things like codecs and video basics like cropping and all the fundamentals we now all take for granted.
Thanks in large part to Afterdawn.
You guys should be very proud.
I second this!

713.6.2015 9:44

Happy B'Day Afterdawn! I've been a member for 10yrs..... best experience on the Web!

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