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    Default 15 Years Ago. Top 20 Website - 1996 vs 2011

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ID:	31940Wow, this was a blast from the past. Remember 1996 when the web was young and NO ONE had a flat panel monitor. Here is the top 20 websites from 1996 vs. 2011.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/then-and-now-the-most-visited-domains-of-1996-and-today-2011-7?op=1
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    Wow! What an improvement. AOL worked when the web was a strange new world. The internet is so different now!
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    Who woulda thunk so much information would be readily accessible in your home? Sad part is I still remember when color TV was the new thing on the block
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    Very interesting article! It's crazy how quickly technology advances and how much more intense it seems when you look 15 years back instead of year by year.

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    I can still remember when we gave up dial up for high speed, wow! Almost like aircraft, look how just a few years can change the use
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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleZ71 View Post
    I can still remember when we gave up dial up for high speed, wow! Almost like aircraft, look how just a few years can change the use
    Dern I still remember dial up phones before the push button or cell phones. Hey , I still have one, it is red and works better than the pushbutton. It is 36 years old. We call it the HOTLINE.

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    I'ts funny to think how far we've come
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