The Grumble Via The Wayback Machine

Well that was pretty weird.

I looked at the earliest link and got a glimpse of the prehistoric Grumble. I only recognized a few of the names and a lot of the threads, even on the main Grumble forum, were political, since it was an election year.

I think if you spent some time studying this, you'd get a feel for how much The Grumble - and our industry - have changed in just four years.

Thanks, Paul. It's real interesting, but it's hard to imagine what the Wayback Machine is really for.

But, then, it's hard to imagine what 95% of the internet is for.
I used the Wayback Machine to look at a business website that I abandoned years ago, so apparently it really does archive some non-current pages and sites.