This is pretty much every GeoCites Page ever
While GeoCities ultimately became cesspool of bad layouts, broken images, blinking text and those little animated "under construction" gifs, it still deserves some respect. GeoCities attempted to provide an outlet for the major creative outpouring that occurred at the beginning of the public Internet. Their ambition wasn't just to create a free hosting service though, they wanted create a virtual global community. If you have any doubts, then just look back at some of the original terminology they used. Their users were called "homesteaders" and their sites were grouped into "neighborhoods." Heck, their very own name embodies the idea of a single global city.
In retrospect, they were doomed to fail from day one.
I won't even begin to guess at how many GeoCities pages were made throughout its entire history, but I'm sure the number is staggering. I will guess that if it weren't for the dot-com bubble, then the service would have imploded after its first year. As it was the bubble burst all but killed GeoCities, and the services has been on life support ever since.
While GeoCities fell completely short of its ideal it would be a lie to say it was a complete failure. It provided a valuable learning experience both for people producing content for the web and those who host it. Things like blogs and Facebook would never have come into being without GeoCities (note: please hold off on the "and that's a good thing?" jokes). I myself probably wouldn't be writing here without GeoCities (note: ditto).
So if you have the time, please observe a moment of silence for GeoCities. You will be missed, but you probably could have left five years ago.