Bob Rodgers started this web site at the end of 1996 on AOL.
Around October 1998, the @HOME cable modem service was introduced to Bob's
hometown, and this site was hosted by @HOME's Webspace for two
years. In Dec 2000 Electrochemistry and the DeLorean
Motorcar obtained it's own domain name and a new, faster host!
It is now hosted by Aplus.Net.
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