Using the WayBack Machine, we looked back at how the homepage has changed since the early days of the Internet
LEGO, November 9, 1996
This homepage from ’96 is just plain fun. The site offers a membership to the “LEGO Surfer Club,” with “free downloads of Wallpapers screensavers and Videoclips,” but it wouldn’t be complete without the LEGO animated .gifs.
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