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Male Speaker: Hi there tuning for Easily, today we are going to have a little bit of fun, I'm going to introduce you to a website called archive.org or other ways known as the WayBack Machine. Now this internet archive is library offering free universal access to books, movies, and music notably over hundreds archive web pages. So how it works, we put a website address into the bar the top of the screen, we will choose Easily click on take me back, what is shows you is all of the links that it has archived over the years since the website went online.
So if we click on say May 2000, ten years ago it shows you what the Easily website looked like and as you can see it's very, very different, totally looks like now. If we click on a date in 2004 again you will see a very different, if we click on a date may be two years prior to that then you will see again very, very different. So you know its an interestingly such tool, if we have a look at some of the more popular websites, so if we have look at Google and click on take me back, then what it will show us is Google went online 1998.
We have a look at 1999, you will see couple of months later Google isn't beta and as you can see looks very, very different to what we have use to see in Google nowadays. Sometimes you need to refresh the page simply because this is so much information, April 2003. And as you, it's a little bit more what we are used to seeing but is called this tap to fate, that hasn't really been before.
So -- now the look lets have a look at YouTube, click take me back you can see YouTube went online April 2005. We have a look here click on one of these links click on June. What's interesting, YouTube again looks very, very different hasn't got really very much videos in the front page and -- what's quite interesting is very, very few views got 44 views, 1000 views, 97 views, 21 views and we can see Google serving more than a billion pages now, YouTube that is and that was only a five years ago so. And will have a look at another one, lets have a look at FaceBook and see what that use to look like, and what you will see here is that it's looks if that domain was actually listed in 1998 which is 10 years ago, but it was run by this company called, aboutface.
So you know interesting stuff to workout there, may be February 13 again 2000, this about for this company and lets go down to 2006 and see what we can find any, then we have Facebook and that -- here it looks like a -- probably not by does look like in. But anyway that is the internet archive, a very useful tool to find out what is in the internet archive, you know website one of this kind. I hope you've enjoy that and I'll speak to you later.