If our early webpages for Judson College (home.judson.edu) in Marion, Alabama, look “home-made,” it’s because they were! We had such fun learning how to make them and such excitement every time we published a new page to the web.
Thanks, Internet Archive, for saving these memories and adding the keyword search!
For the last 15 years, users of the Wayback Machine have browsed past versions of websites by entering in URLs into the main search box and clicking on Browse History. With the generous support of The Laura and John Arnold Foundation, we’re adding an exciting new feature to this search box: keyword search!
What I think is going to be just a cursory glance at the archived pages always turns into hours of clicking and remembering! Thank you, Internet Archive – how amazing that all this has survived! We knew that our Judson College website being archived, but did not pay much attention. The old pages looked very clumsy and old-fashioned, so it was somewhat embarrassing that people were able to follow our progress as we slowly (and sometimes painfully) made our way forward.
The Wayback Machine, a digital archive of the World Wide Web, has reached a landmark with 400 billion webpages indexed. This makes it possible to surf the web as it looked anytime from late 1996 up until a few hours ago. via Wayback Machine Hits 400,000,000,000! | Internet Archive Blogs.
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