If she doesn’t remember Winamp, she’s too young for you bro!
From AltaVista to Yahoo!, these sites changed the Internet landscape as we know it (according to Gizmodo)
Can’t get enough of that sweet, sweet information superhighway, baby!
Were you even on the internet if you didn’t have a website on Geocities?
Remember Flooz.com? Or Vehix? Nah, me neither. But they were huge back in the late 90s.
Seriously, what is internet?
I’ll miss those downloads with the two cows.
Here lies Soviet computing from the 70s, unearthed by a group of explorers.
The Soviet Union is long gone but Apple II computers still reside at the Lenin Museum, fully functioning and keeping the artifacts alive.
In the early 2000s, a rival to DVDs was presented at COMDEX but they never came to fruition. What happened to Fluorescent Multilayer Discs (FMDs)?
A bastion of late 90s/early 00s web searches, Lycos should have died. But it’s still around somehow.
The “Millennium Bug” had plenty of names. But was the Y2K problem more about making money than fixing computers?