I started my personal homepage back in Spring of '94. It was my freshman year in college, the WWW was just a handful of sites around the world, and I just started experimenting with Linux, I even installed X, Mosaic and Netscape 1.0. I decided to make my own homepage, gratuitously hosted by a kind sysop on the 14th floor of the Electrical Engineering building. The machine, morra.et.tudelft.nl, is no more, but I'll always remember that address.
Anyway, I kept updating my homepage year by year, mainly changing my age every June, and every now and then adding significant life changes as a blob. My first job, my graduation, my college projects, they all got a spot on my original homepage. But today, around the 10th anniversary of that venerable page, I decided to break down, sit down, and finally redo the layout into something modern and decent-looking. The end-result is now up as the default page on http://ivo.nu/.
As a interesting note, my age gets automatically calculated, so I don't have to go in every June and change it.
By the way, in case you're viewing this page through a livejournal url, you can also view my blog in the new ivo.nu layout on http://waar.is.ivo.nu/.