yeah I posted this stuff in the 8chan thread, I don't care
They were a group of artists, made webcomics, flash movies, stories, even a couple games. If you remember Arfenhouse, these were the guys that made it. I'm still kind of curious as to where everyone's went, not a single one of them has an active account on any major website. I did find some people who were friends with them, but considering that Disaster Labs was mostly furries, so were their friends. It's no surprise how these friends are now. a polite way of saying "half of them have become trannies"
One major part of the site is a gallery of operating system GUIs, it's pretty comprehensive but I wish he would have touched on more *nix window managers. The other big part is more famous, his "Internet Explorer is Evil" section that details the whole controversy with IE in the late 90s. The latter section used to be even more old-internet before the late 00s, with Doom MIDIs playing on half the pages. I guess he took it down because it was tacky, but still kept similar features like GIFs and tiled backgrounds.
Another tech site, this one doesn't seem to have been updated since the early 00s. "Counterexploitation" refers to exploiting those who exploit you, which in this case meant stuff like removing ads from free webhosts like Geocities, or hacking a free barcode scanner so that you can't be tracked while using it. He also had a personal section where he just dumped stuff that was on his mind.