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Finding stuff online: 20 years of innovative searc...
<h2>The Search Is On</h2><br><br>Twenty years ago today, a student at McGill University and some friends launched what many people consider to be the world's first Internet search engine: Archie. Archie indexed FTP sites in the days before the Web became popular. <br><br>Since then, search has grown to dominate the Web, because people have always needed to know what's out there. Let's take a look back at the early days of many popular search engines by viewing authentic early screenshots. <br><br><b>Related: </b><br><br>[[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/183679/30_years_of_handheld_game_systems.html|30 Years of Handheld Game Systems|30 Years of Handheld Game Systems]] <br><br>[[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/161018/people_search_engines_they_know_your_dark_secretsand_tell_anyone.html|People Search Engines: They Know Your Dark Secrets...And Tell Anyone|People Search Engines: They Know Your Dark Secrets...And Tell Anyone]] <br><br>[[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/205041/google_instant_searches_the_web_as_you_type.html|Google Instant Searches the Web as You Type|Google Instant Searches the Web as You Type]]
Finding stuff online: 20 years of innovative search engines