It’s hard to see in these small screengrabs, but I’m leaning more towards Luis Vaz’s redesign here of the Google homepage as an extremely detailed and information-filled landing page instead of the usual simple Google interface the company is known for. With a big enough monitor, I can imagine having all of your Google account [...]
15 Years of Apple's Homepage from Charlie Hoehn Charlie Hoehn used the Internet Archive Wayback Machine to compile screengrabs of what the Apple.com homepage has looked like over the last 15 years. Amazing.
Engadget posted this video of an amazing visual project that turns the 90s-era mega-homepage site, GeoCities, into an actual city that you can zoom into and browse around in. The 650GB GeoCities archive which was saved before the site went offline is used as the backbone of this Deleted City.
Look at who just got his image as a Google background! Answer: Me!
I very much like Google’s new optional homepage background images. Of course, there’s a bunch of sucky photos to choose from, but the Editor’s Picks aren’t too bad so far. Plus, I like how the background image fades in when you mouse over the homepage. Nice subtle effect.