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## Proprietary company logos
* `public/old-website/02-material-design/images/`
* `public/old-website/03-slightly-less-material-design/images/`
* `public/old-website/03-slightly-less-material-design/ToberUberStobe/images/`
* `public/old-website/04-acid-garbage/images/`
* `public/old-website/06-depression/images/`
## Apache License, version 2.0 (`LICENSE_ASL20`)
* `public/old-website/03-slightly-less-material-design/styles/font.ttf` -
> Copyright 2011 Google
* `public/old-website/03-slightly-less-material-design/styles/lightFont.ttf` -
> Copyright 2011 Google
* `public/old-website/04-acid-garbage/styles/font.ttf` -
> Copyright 2011 Google
## GNU General Public License, version 3 or later (`LICENSE_GPL3`)
* `public/old-website/04-acid-garbage/About/index.html` (the Parabola logo) -
> Copyright 2010 KittyKatt
* `public/old-website/05-extreme-depression/About/index.html` (the Void Linux logo) -
> Copyright 2010 KittyKatt
## SIL Open Font License (`LICENSE_OFL`)
* `public/fonts/comic-neue.woff2` -
......@@ -74,9 +74,14 @@
footer {
margin-top: 1rem;
font-size: 0.5em;
opacity: 0.5;
footer > * {
margin: 0;
......@@ -100,7 +105,31 @@
<h2 id="old-website">Old website versions</h2>
<p>I edited some of them for my own sanity's sake.</p>
<h3 id="look-i-know-how-to-host-a-web-page">2016-11-18: <a href="old-website/01-look-i-know-how-to-host-a-web-page/">"Look, I know how to host a web page!"</a></h3>
<p>Pretty self-explanatory. I used this to test whether I properly understood how to upload stuff on GitHub Pages.</p>
<h3 id="material-design">2016-11-18: <a href="old-website/02-material-design/">Material Design</a></h3>
<p>I was a such big fan of Google's Material Design back in the day that I incorporated as much of it as possible wherever possible, including my website. While this version does technically conform to the rules of Material Design, it's pretty boring. So as you can expect, it didn't last long - I remade everything from scratch after just 4 days.</p>
<h3 id="slightly-less-material-design">2016-11-22: <a href="old-website/03-slightly-less-material-design/">slightly less Material Design</a></h3>
<p>This version, however, while not quite being Material Design, seemed really interesting to me. By being more minimalist, it not only looked better but also worked better by getting straight to the point. As you can see, this version lasted almost 1.5 years, and then it look me almost 2 years to make something as original as this.</p>
<h3 id="acid-garbage">2018-02-09: <a href="old-website/04-acid-garbage/">acid garbage</a></h3>
<p>While it seems like I was on acid while making this, I was unfortunately wasn't. The main inspiration for this kind of design was new at that time Mozilla's website, which utilized bright colors and sharp corners. While the idea was kind of interesting, this design was too unflexible to actually use it to present content and a big pain in the ass to maintain, so I'd of course give up on it eventually.</p>
<h3 id="extreme-depression">2018-05-30: <a href="old-website/05-extreme-depression/">extreme depression</a></h3>
<p>My mental health <a href="">wasn't doing well</a> at that time, which led to me becoming an extreme minimalist in all possible meanings of this word. As a result, I recreated the website using only good ol' HTML with barely any CSS. This was also about the time I realized that I need a static site generator in order to actually do something meaningful but didn't yet commit to that idea.</p>
<h3 id="depression">2018-09-15: <a href="old-website/06-depression/">depression</a></h3>
<p>After realizing that almost no CSS is a terrible idea, I decided to go back to my old design but change it a little bit. Over time, this version slowly merged into 2019, which itself merged into 1997, which is used on my website by this day.</p>
<h2 id="pre-website">Pre-website demo pages</h2>
......@@ -126,7 +155,7 @@
<p>My friend was developing a video game, which name I replaced with random 3 words starting with the same characters, and this was supposed to be "a landing page" for it. As you can see, I was incredibly immature and used a lot of swear words for no reason. Yeah, and I also didn't know how to properly use punctuation on the Internet. Luckily, this page was never actually used for the game.</p>
<h3 id="bsoft">2015-12-30: <a href="pre-website/bsoft.html">personal homepage, again</a></h3>
<h3 id="bsoft">2015-12-30: <a href="pre-website/bsoft.html">personal home page, again</a></h3>
<p>After making a page for an imaginary web browser, I thought why not to create a page for the company that created that browser, and did just that. The page features just as crappy design, and this time even broken English.</p>
......@@ -138,7 +167,7 @@
<p>Wow, an actual somewhat useful "app" that I created with my own hands! Or well, it would be one if I understood the code I was writing.</p>
<h3 id="nblm">2016-10-01: <a href="pre-website/nblm.html">personal homepage, one more time</a></h3>
<h3 id="nblm">2016-10-01: <a href="pre-website/nblm.html">personal home page, one more time</a></h3>
<p>If you didn't yet believe my claim about my immaturity, here's another proof. Also for some unknown reason, the design on this webpage is even shittier than on the previous personal home page, which is quite weird. Luckily, this is the last page like this I made, and after that I finally started "programming" stuff, which is also embarrassing to look at now, but at least the stuff I made <a href="">survived</a> and you can actually check it out.</p>
<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<link href="images/avatar.png" rel="icon">
<link href="styles/normalize.css" rel="stylesheet">
<link href="styles/design.css" rel="stylesheet">
<div id="header">
<img src="images/avatar.png" id="avatar">
Kirby Kevinson
<div id="blocks">
<div class="block" id="Me">
title="YouTube channel"
<img src="images/YouTube.png">
title="Twitter page"
<img src="images/Twitter.png">
title="Instagram page"
<img src="images/Instagram.png">
title="VK page"
<img src="images/VK.png">
title="GitHub page"
<img src="images/GitHub.png">
title="ItchIO page"
<img src="images/ItchIO.png">
<div class="block" id="ToberUberStobe">
title="YouTube playlist"
<img src="images/YouTube.png">
title="GitHub repository"
<img src="images/GitHub.png">
title="ItchIO page"
<img src="images/ItchIO.png">
<div id="footer">
@charset "utf-8";
#header {
width: 100%;
height: 237.6px;
padding: 10.8px 28.8px;
line-height: 237.6px;
white-space: nowrap;
font-size: 78.4px;
color: white;
background: #484848;
#header #avatar {
float: left;
width: 216px;
height: 216px;
margin-right: 28.8px;
border-radius: 50%;
.block {
width: 100%;
padding: 14.4px 0;
margin: 0;
line-height: 49.6px;
text-align: center;
font-size: 21.6px;
.block:first-child {
box-shadow: inset 0 7.2px 7.2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.25);
.block h1 {
margin: 0;
margin-bottom: 14.4px;
font-size: 49.6px;
.block .button {
text-decoration: none;
padding: 7.2px;
.block .button img {
width: 128px;
height: 128px;
border-radius: 50%;
background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.33);
box-shadow: 0 1.8px 7.2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5);
transition: background 0.2s, box-shadow 0.2s;
.block .button img:active {
background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.66);
box-shadow: 0 4.5px 18px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5);
#Me {
background: #333333;
color: white;
#ToberUberStobe {
background: #D6BD9D;
color: #736756;
#ToberUberStobe .button img {
border-radius: 10%;
background: #E1C5A0;
-3.6px 0 0 #E8D3B7,
0 -3.6px 0 #E8D3B7,
3.6px 0 #A7957C,
0 3.6px #A7957C;
transition: background 0s, box-shadow 0s;
#ToberUberStobe .button img:active {
3.6px 0 0 #E8D3B7,
0 3.6px 0 #E8D3B7,
-3.6px 0 #A7957C,
0 -3.6px #A7957C;
#footer {
width: 100%;
text-align: center;
font-size: 14.4px;
color: white;
@charset "utf-8";
* {
font-family: sans-serif;
font-weight: normal;
box-sizing: border-box;
img {
-webkit-user-drag: none;
user-drag: none;
body {
padding: 0;
margin: 0;
background: #333333;
<!DOCTYPE html>
<title>About | ToberUberStobe</title>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<link href="../images/logo.png" rel="icon">
<link href="../../styles/normalize.css" rel="stylesheet">
<link href="../styles/design.css" rel="stylesheet">
<div id="navBar">
<a href=".."><img src="../images/logo.png" id="logo"></a>
<span id="links">
class="button selected"
<div class="block">
<span id="ToberUberStobe" class="heading">
[t<u>o</u>bær <u>ʌ</u>bær st<u>o</u>ub]<br>
is survival game made in JavaScript atop of NWJS with a
self-made game engine based on the pure HTML5 Canvas<br><br>
The game takes place in the Karakum Desert, where Izzy
(main character of the game) has to survive. You can explore
terrain of the desert, kill mobs, upgrade your equipment,
build a house, and just enjoy the game<br>
<span id="TUServer" class="heading">TUServer</span>
[t<u>i</u> j<u>u</u> s<u>ɜ</u>rvər]<br>
is a simple realization of a ToberUberStobe multiplayer
server made in JavaScript atop of NodeJS with a virtual
client emulation<br>
<span id="Authors" class="heading">Authors</span>