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Old 05-31-2004, 12:19 AM   #1
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This is really amusing to look at - from as far back as 15 August 2000 . You can even browse some of the posts from way back then in ancient LQ style.*/

Anyone that's wondering - yes keeps an archive of nearly EVERY website on the internet since 1996. And yes, they apparently have about 300 TERABYTES of data in the basement of an old military warehouse. It's really amusing to look back on some sites out there - Google when it was beta, Yahoo before the internet bubble, etc.
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Ah .. beautifullllllll memories!!!
Old 05-31-2004, 02:20 PM   #3
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i must say, from the August 15th one, i think its better then the one today, it all fits into one screen, and the black border makes it easy to read

i think it would be nice to see them merged into a newer layout thats small and i don't have to scroll as much to get to a forum!


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