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This is how World’s Biggest Websites Looked Like at the Beginning, when they were launched.
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World’s Biggest Websites Looked Like at the Beginning

 
Posted by Alen Dsouza in Miscellaneous

World’s Biggest Websites Looked Like at the Beginning

Online giants like Amazon, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter were once itty-bitty websites with monochrome homepages, poorly-thought-out logos and boring or stark turn-of-the-century designs. These old homepage pictures were captured in from the Wayback Machine. Check out these images to see how the internet greats looked in their infancy.

Google.com – 1998

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Facebook.com – 2004

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Yahoo – 1995

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Twitter – 2006

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Amazon – 1995

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Mashable – 2005

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YouTube – 2005

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NyTimes.com – 1996

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MySpace.com – 2003

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Wikipedia.org – 2001

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Apple.com – 2006

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Microsoft.com – 2006

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