A new web application, called OldWeb Today, allows users to travel back in internet time and surf the web through old-school browser frames. Click into Yahoo’s 1996 homepage using Netscape or peruse Google search results using a 1999 version of Internet Explorer. The time-traveling tool is a study not only on iconography and design, but in user experience too. Head to Rhizome to learn more about the program, or try it out for yourself at Oldweb.today.
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