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The World Wide Web has been around since 1993, but has only been commercially available since maybe 1995. At nearly the dawn of the Web, someone had the foresight to capture pages for posterity. The Internet Archive is dedicated to storing all of the Web.Their Wayback Machine, recently unveiled, lets you enter a web site’s address and it will give you links to nearly complete versions as far back as 1996, if available. It’s got versions of Painting in the Park since February of this year. Yahoo and Google’s early offerings look quite amateurish compared to their modern versions.So go check it out and see when your favorite sites came about and what they used to look like. It really gives one a sense of how far the Web has come.