The Outernet Web is a privately owned
and independently operated website.
Established in 1997, it continues to offer its visitors totally original content in a uniquely
format. The site has undergone a complete makeover in 2009 to help
it more visual and user interactive.
The content presented is provided free of charge, without
and overload of commercial advertising and promotion. The many featured areas that you have enjoyed in the
past will continue to be offered and updated on a more
As we move into 2010, look for newly produced exclusive content areas like the upcoming, "Kiddieland
Remembered". See for yourself the events that
transpired during the last year of operation at this great old Amusement Park,
closed for good after providing 81 years of family fun and entertainment.
you everything we were able to capture and document, as we said our
final goodbyes to this icon of our childhood memories. Truly a
bittersweet experience awaits... coming to you from Outernet Web
All of our content areas, be they old or new will
be redesigned to make them more visual. Look to see more video,
audio and photographic elements integrated throughout the site.
I hope this will help make all of your future visits to The Outernet Web
Yes, it's all here for you to experience for free... without the
need to sell your soul or give up all your valuable personal
information. Real content, by real people, served up with as little commercial
advertising and promotion as possible.
What a refreshing concept, don't you think?
The Outernet Web has always been dedicated to preserving privacy rights,
and has been a strong advocate of this since our site went online on April 1, 1997.
We will continue to fight for these rights
today and well into the future. This will not change for as long as I
have something to say about this website.
Please take a moment to let us know what you think.
Send your e-mails to
email@example.com (no spam please),
with your comments, suggestions and criticisms. We'd like to hear
from you all!
"So stop by
The Outernet Web... you just might find something interesting."
All the best to you...
Founder & Webmaster of The Outernet Web