If there’s going to be a museum of the Internet, it may as well be online. The Big Internet Museum has launched with the aim of taking that mantle.
Dividing into numerous ‘wings’, such as Audio-Visual, Social Media and Gaming, the museum site lets you navigate through ‘exhibits’ from the history of online life, from Arpanet and Usenet to YouTube and Instagram.
A special will be filled with temporary exhibitions from time to time. If there’s something you think is missing, you can submit ideas for future exhibits.
Via David Connolly
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