Google back in 1996 when it launched as as simplistic as it is now. Of course, it can perform the most complex functions with remarkable ease now.
Amazon, the biggest e-commerce site in the world was ‘grey matter’ to begin with. But it was particular about one thing right from its inception – impeccable customer service.
When you look at Facebook’s old look in 2004, you’d never imagine that this online directory to connect social networks at colleges, would be an indispensable part (well almost) of everyone’s lives.
Youtube when it launched in 2005, was a far-cry from what is now – the ‘go to’ site for everything audio-visual.
Twitter in 2006 had an ‘e’ missing, besides many things. Now in the social media space, if air equates to Facebook, water equates to Twitter.
Apple was pretty raw, back then!
The Microsoft website was all cluttered back then, with jargons and terminologies that would make one hit the ‘x’ button.
MySpace – circa 2003. It brought the term ‘social network’ into existence.
Yahoo in 1995 was like a directory for everything you wanted. And yes, you could win loads of stuff, back then.
New York Times had a website up and running as early as 1996.
Indian website Rediff back in 2000. For the uninitiated, this was an open letter by Pooja Bedi following her altercation with Amitabh Bachchan following an interview.Sponsored link