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1999 - I created my first homepage on America Online using AOL's Hot Dog Express web publisher.
January 2000 - Lisa's Fashion History Database went online, featuring historical fashion drawings made with the Paint program.
January 2000 - I closed my first AOL website and created Lisa's Web World as a hub for my websites. I added Chicagoland Memories, The Silent Movie Page and a small list of nostalgic links called Lisa's Nostalgia Cafe.
August 2000 - The Cafe was officially launched when I decided to expand the nostalgia section to include historical information about each decade. This new series of pages was dubbed Lisa's Time Machine.
2001 - Lisa's Time Machine became Lisa's Nostalgia Cafe and the original nostalgia page was closed. My AOL websites were moved to Tripod and Angelfire.
2001-2004 One by one, each decade was added until all decades from the 1910s to the 1990s were represented.
December 2001 - Added The Andy Williams Show section.
2005 - Added the Cary-Grove High School Swing Choir section.
2006 - Added the Moody Blues section.
2008 - Added the Chicagoland History section.
2009 - Lisa's Web World was closed and all content was moved to the Nostalgia Cafe homepage.
March 2010 - Created a Facebook page.
August 2011 - Began moving the nostalgia pages to Proboards.