How Today’s Most Popular Websites Looked When They Launched

From Google to Facebook, from Yahoo! to The New York Times – check how today’s biggest websites looked back in the early days of their existence.

  • Screenshot of the www.blogger.com website, which was launched in 1999. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.orgScreenshot of the www.blogger.com website, which was launched in 1999. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.org
  • Screenshot of the www.flickr.com website, which was launched in 2004. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.orgScreenshot of the www.flickr.com website, which was launched in 2004. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.org
  • Screenshot of the www.nytimes.com website, which was launched in 1995. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.orgScreenshot of the www.nytimes.com website, which was launched in 1995. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.org
  • Screenshot of the www.wikipedia.org website, which was launched in 2001. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.orgScreenshot of the www.wikipedia.org website, which was launched in 2001. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.org
  • Screenshot of the www.yahoo.com website, which was launched in 1997. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.orgScreenshot of the www.yahoo.com website, which was launched in 1997. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.org
  • Screenshot of the www.myspace.com website, which was launched in 2003. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.orgScreenshot of the www.myspace.com website, which was launched in 2003. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.org
  • Screenshot of the www.facebook.com website, which was launched in 2004. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.orgScreenshot of the www.facebook.com website, which was launched in 2004. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.org
  • Screenshot of the www.google.com website, which was launched in 1996. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.orgScreenshot of the www.google.com website, which was launched in 1996. Picture: Way Back Machine/Web.Archive.org

From Google to Facebook, from Yahoo! to The New York Times – check how today’s biggest websites looked back in the early days of their existence.

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