Jordan Eldredge has recovered a web version of a media player that we veterans remember fondly. Winamp, one of the most used in the world, born more than 20 years ago can be reproduced in this link.

Jordan has posted several videos on Twitter showing the operation of the many options included in this new version, available with open source on github.

Programmed in JavaScript, it allows us to drag songs from our folders, use an equalizer and even search for information about artists, with options to export lists created in an HTML file.

One of the strengths of Winamp was the personalization of its aesthetics, and this web version has the option to change the interface so that we can feel like two decades ago.

It was owned by AOL, and it was sold to Radionomy in 2014, although it moved more to the museum section than to the software really useful today section.

Jordan is also responsible for other useful projects, such as hashb.in, to share texts, urlme.me, to create memes, or markdown.today, projects that he manages while still working on Facebook.

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