Today, 30 years ago, a company called “CompuServe” (If you’re really internet old, you may rememberer that name) published the specifications for the Graphics Interchange Format. Not for the internet, which didn’t really exist yet - not as we know it - but for CompuServe’s closed services. The first ever published GIF - was cool but not as impressive as they’d become later one...

And as you may or may not have noticed, I’m personally - kinda fond of GIFs as a form of communication.

In lack of proper IO9 GIF parties in recent weeks (Shame, IO9. Shame. )


Let’s have a party over here, shall we?


BTW - Soft G! (There - I said it!)