Netscape Navigator

Just a couple of days more than four years ago, I shared this image for the first time, and called the post ‘Netscape’.

Now I wonder how many people when they saw that title, or the title of this posts, immediately thought of a web browser? Believe me, had I not been in a pheromone business with an American friend, I would never have known about Netscape either. When I navigated the internet for the first time in 1995, I used Internet Explorer, but my friend swore by Netscape Navigator.

He and I had lost touch about fifteen years ago, but about six years ago we were in contact again and exchanged a couple of emails, catching up on each other’s lives. However, having total different lives than we did before, our correspondence dried up again.

I met this friend online back in the time I shared images of myself on Redclouds, and later he and his wife traveled to Europe so we could meet in person. We (my previous husband and I) were invited to visit them in the US, and when we did, we drove from Iowa to Canada. That was an amazing trip, and an amazing holiday. Two years later I traveled to the US again to see him, but this time I traveled alone, and to Las Vegas. Another brilliant experience!

Recently I learned that he passed away in April 2017 at the age of seventy-five. This one is for you, George!

An image of me in a net bodystocking, a nipple peaking through. When I shared this image the first time I called it 'Netscape'.

© Rebel’s Notes


10 thoughts on “Netscape Navigator

  1. Lovely sentiment in your words, but my word that is a sexy image. The way that nipple just teases out ever so slightly really works for me.

  2. Wow! Navigator! I remember those days! I loved Netscape! Ah how things fall from grace and fashion or get eaten up by conglomerates.Nicely netted is that nipple! Sounds like there are good memories and stories here.

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