So linked here is a screen copy of Apple.com circa 2008, as we see the original iPhone and iPod Touch being displayed on the front page, along with the announcement of an Apple Event where we known now that the Macbook Air was announced. This is my way of introducing people to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. The Internet Archive is a nonprofit institution that seeks to build a “digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form.” The Internet Archive is even as we speak now saving copies of websites for the sake of posterity. It’s a really cool tool that I think everyone should check out and it really gives us a perspective into how far the Internet has come that there’s enough of a history there that it’s worth keeping. The Internet Archive has been one of top tools in the past and even if you’re just looking to see your favorite size from 90s, it’s worth the search. Back to work.
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