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What the World’s Biggest Websites Looked Like at Launch

Since the rise of the Internet in the ’90s, the web has shown no signs of slowing down. We’ve watched the birth and evolution of social media, e-commerce and online video entertainment.

It’s hard to imagine that the treasured websites we all use today were at one point just scribbles on a piece of paper, or the brainchild of a 19-year-old college student. With the help of the Wayback Machine, which provides screenshots of any website imaginable from its inception until now, we’re can view the original designs and content of the most visited websites in the U.S.

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Extreme – Farmville

Here we see the natural habitat of a human, slowly degrading in her physical and mental beauty. Their own inventions have only resulted in their destruction, whitting away her life piece by piece. Lets have a minute of silence for this sad and addicted creature.

Steve Jobs to live on with 7-foot tall bronze statue

As co-founder and longtime CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs garnered quite a fanbase before his unfortunate passing earlier this year. From his visible position within the tech giant, he became a beloved figure in the world of consumer electronics. A computer software company in Hungary is showing just how much Jobs meant to them by commissioning a bronze statue in Jobs’s likeness that stands a mighty 7′ tall.

Chairman Gabor Bojar of Graphisoft is the man behind the metal model, and sculptor Erno Toth is the artist doing the heavy lifting. Toth is building the Jobs replica using a photo of the Apple founder from an old issue of the magazine, The Economist. Bojar claims his love of Jobs first sprouted when the two met at a tech expo nearly three decades ago.

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