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404PageFound - Nostalgic for old websites? 404PageFound showcases old websites that still exist. Dozens of Internet sites have not been updated for years and now serve a historical purpose.
2014-11-04 04:00
“The web’s first online travel magazine.” They were adding a travel-only search engine but it never quite happened. Lots of old articles and images from 1996 though ads hav… Read More
2014-11-04 03:57
A web hosting provider who still has a site in HTML 4.0. They are careful to state they do not sell tacos. Great domain though! Read More
2014-11-04 03:38
“The biggest, loudest, most red, most read Anti-McDonald’s extravaganza the world has ever seen.” Read More
2014-11-03 06:47
For months, this was the place to stay abreast of the latest in the O.J. Simpson trial. You can find all sorts of facts and low resolution images though the QuickTime videos are no longer ar… Read More
2014-11-03 06:40
A very old site, this site is “optimized for Netscape 1.1” and is almost as simple as it gets. There’s a header image, menu buttons, and a few links for results and photos… Read More
2014-11-03 06:36
A clever marketing ploy by Universal, this site is meant to bolster interest in the movie The Lost World. You can also search through John Hammond’s office Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
“The Ultimate Oracle: Over 1625038 Questions Answered.” A great old site that is quirky to boot. Features early HTML, a button map, and ubiquitous tiled background image Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
A legendary site where content (heavily music reviews) trumps design. According to the about page, Scaruffi “became one of the very first websites, and possibly the first website ever… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
Set up as “a little website design business.” Gotta love the 15 second Flash intro and HTML 3.2 created with Microsoft FrontPage Express 2.0. Very clean design though! Read More

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