From Neopets to Habbo Hotel, we’d like to hear your experiences and memories to mark the 30th anniversary of the web

Thirty years ago this month, Tim Berners-Lee filed his proposal for the project that would become the world wide web. To mark the date, we’re asking readers to share their favourite and formative memories of online communities from the 90s and early 00s. That could be a tale of relationships forged through forums that no longer exist, pivotal dramas on long-lost discussion threads, or long-distance friends introduced through niche online interests.

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