Take a trip down memory lane. Here's how Yahoo.com has looked over the years.
When David Filo and Jerry Yang created Yahoo in 1995, it was nothing more than a simple list of links. But for early internet users, it was a guide to the open web and new websites clamored to be featured on it.
Now, fast-forward more than 20 years, and Verizon is acquiring it for $4.8 billion.
Thanks to The Internet Archive, we can revisit the early days and see exactly what Yahoo used to look like.
Take a trip down memory lane...
Jerry Yang and David Filo created Yahoo back in January 1994 while studying at Stanford University. They renamed it "Yahoo!" in March.
By 1996 the site looked like this. The company had its initial public offering in April of that year, closing at $33, up 270% from its IPO price.
Anyone who was growing up in the 90s may remember "Yahooligans," the company's "web guide for kids."
Or, for an older crowd, its Seniors' Guide, which launched in 1998.
Here's the press release Yahoo published at the time.