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Internet Archive

Yandex Logos

Yandex logos are stylized for holidays or events by years.

Here you will find an archieve of those logos.

Internet Archive

A non-profit organization founded in 1996 in San Francisco.
The archive collects copies of web pages, graphic materials, video, audio recordings And software.
The archive provides long-term archiving of collected material and free access to its databases for the general public. The declared goal of the Archive is the preservation of the cultural and historical values ​​of civilization in the era of Internet technologies, the creation and support of the electronic library.
The size of the Archive - 3 petabytes (1 pet Byte=1000 gigabytes, more accurately 1024 gigabytes), will soon increase to 5 petabytes.
It contains 85 billion web pages.
The Archive Server is located in San Francisco, mirrors - in the New Alexandria Library and Amsterdam. From 2007 the Archive has the legal status of the library.

Wayback Machine

Archive service

It's interesting to see how some site looked before, and maybe what my site looked like?
True copies do not contain all the pages, once without pictures, the site of Yandex blocked its history.

That is, do not require too much from the site. Archive, it is the archive. And it's hard to follow the progress of Internet, not what to save. So, how lucky.


Russian - Englesh

reliable site

Owner: Google
address: USA, Mountain View, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, 94043

Google Logos

Doodles - Google logos stylized for holidays or events by years.

Google Logos

The Wayback Machine

Enter a link to the site and see what it looked like before.
First, the list is given by years and dates when the copy was saved.

It uses The Wayback Machine's database. That is, not everything is saved.

In addition, you can restore the site here for a fee, that is, get a working copy of it. Naturally, from what was saved.

Version Museum

The Version Museum is dedicated to demonstrating the visual history of popular websites, games, applications and operating systems that have shaped our lives.

Just as a walk through a real museum, the Version Museum seeks to illustrate the visual, material elements of different versions of technology, not just the written history behind it.
Wikipedia and other sites are already doing a fantastic job of detailing the history behind sites, applications, and everything else.
This site focuses on noticeable changes over time.
If you have been using a product for a long time, there will probably be some nostalgia when you look at all the previous iterations of this product over the years.

Story of the Web

The history of Internet.
A site in the style of a presentation that shows the most significant Internet events.

address: Russia

20 years of Internet

20 years runetu.
A simple and clear website dedicated to 20 years of Runet.
The site contains a selection of news by years of the most significant runetu.

Web archive

Archive copies of sites.

Free service to search for archived copies of sites.
With this service you can check the appearance and content of the page on the Internet on a specific date.

The base is noticeably inferior to the leader

Information from the Webarchive you can use for introductory purposes, or to prove certain circumstances in court.
In this case, we recommend that you properly fix or notarize the found archived copy of the site page.

Another fairly decent site with a history.
We enter the URL of the site, but if the project described above gives out the saving dates, clicking on which we get to the start page, and then look at the navigation, it is saved.
Then this project will give links to pages with screenshots.
You can immediately select the desired page, if it is.

Each site has its own advantages, we can use both, depending on our task.

Russian - Englesh
The timeline for the development of Internet technology.

The modern Internet is an ever-growing number of pages and web applications linked by links. It is full of videos, photos and interactive content. However, the interaction of web technologies, through which all this works so smoothly, remains hidden from the eyes of the average user.

Web technologies have gradually developed to such a level that developers have the opportunity to create web content of the new generation. Today’s Internet is the result of the continuous efforts of an open web community that helps develop technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and WebGL, and is supported by all browsers.

Colored ribbons in infographics represent the relationship between web technologies and browsers, thanks to which so many functional web applications are available to us.