Submitted by Mark484 977d ago | article

Here’s How Website Looked In Past

UpScreed: But when these websites were launched they are not same as it is now. So you ever wondered how they looked like in past! Well I’ll show you their main interface that how it looked like. (Web)

Mark484  +   978d ago
Really after seeing them feel great difference in these sites looks .How they look in past and now .. Nice journey.. Will expect to see more and more changes in future
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fatstarr  +   978d ago
Lol i remember how, horrid and slow and gray the internet was back then. those edgy rectangles man oh man.
deep_fried_bum_cake  +   977d ago
It's funny to think that in about 15 years you'll probably be saying something similar about today's web pages.
HappyGaming  +   976d ago
Definitely not probably :P
Take screenshots of this sites now and then you have an evolutionary exhibition in 15 years.
LOL_WUT  +   978d ago
Pretty lame how you can't turn off safe search any more.

On topic though it has changed drastically over the years.
a_squirrel  +   977d ago
It just says "SafeSearch" and if you click it, it'll ask you if you want to enable it.
Baka-akaB  +   977d ago
Some of those were actually better in the past , or at least more functional
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2pacalypsenow  +   977d ago
i remember these
Sarcasm  +   977d ago
The best thing about those days were the lack of useless ads.
Aclay  +   977d ago
I had no idea Facebook even existed in 2004... didn't know Twitter was around since 2006 either.
HappyGaming  +   976d ago
Watch the social network
kingPoS  +   977d ago
Amazon looks pretty much the same.

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