The wayback machine
One of the gems of the Internet is the “wayback machine” — the Internet Archive’s archive.org — which can show you a small snapshot of what your web site used to look like in days of yore. Those of us who work on web sites love the Wayback Machine because it shows us how far things have come and also reminds us all of a simpler time on the web.
The Internet Archive is a non-profit corporation that has created a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. There are snapshots from months and years ago of key pages of most popular sites.
For instance, here are some snapshots of past home pages from Cisco.com:
Try archive.org on your own site to enjoy a blast from the past.