Museum of Websites
A hand-curated gallery of how famous internet companies have changed over time.
Curated with love by the team at Kapwing
See the evolution of Google from the early days at Stanford to the iconic company it is today.
Bookseller to electronics to personalization and content creation to everything else. Here's how an ecommerce trickle turned into the Amazon
Pinterest started with small groups of enthusiastic users, wanting to pin their favorite images from across the web.
Watch one of the most popular websites in the world grow up!
YouTube was started by three former Paypal employees - Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim - who went on to sell the company to Google.
Not much has changed about Reddit's design over the last decade, until very recently. But, the community has grown to be one of the most vibrant on the internet.
From hustling on Craigslist to Unicorn status, Airbnb has grown exponentially since in lauched in 2008. Watch it become the largest hotel chain in the world.
The platform for short, real-time communication didn't always have it's full domain. When it started, it was known as Twttr.
Check out how Yelp soared from a dud to IPO in 7 years to became the leading platform for reviewing local businesses.
Yahoo was the starting page for many in the earliest days of the internet.
The New York Times
Of course, the NYT has been around much longer than any internet company, but their online presence began around 2001.
This go-to site for discovering new products started as a simple email list, but then grew quickly to become a large community of founders, entrepreneurs, and tech enthusiasts.
Check out how Netflix grew up from a monthly DVD subscription service to a video streaming site to a content powerhouse.
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