As part of its birthday celebration, Google is letting users search an old version of its index -- and the results show just how much things have changed over the years. You can step back in time to search Google's index from January 2001. What was happening that month? George W. Bush first took office, Wikipedia was founded, AOL and Time Warner merged, and the Baltimore Ravens pounded the New York Giants to win Super Bowl XXXV.
As you might guess, there are a few caveats included in this fun, turn-back-the-clock birthday idea:
1.) Google, of course, is actually ten years old now [...]
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