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Time-Traveling Websites That Bring Back the '90s

Do Netscape, Angelfire, Xanga, and disks of 1,000 hours of free high-speed Internet from AOL make you yearn for the '90s? What about dancing babies, animated GIFs, Comic Sans, and seizure-inducing bright text on patterned backgrounds? Yes, the Internet of yore was a fun place, indeed — and now you can bring it back with Buzzfeed's Geocities Yourself, a time-traveling portal that will take your Facebook profile back to 1999. You can revisit Tom and friends with Myspace Yourself, too, before the site gets its makeover.

And it doesn't have to stop there. Let your Internet nostalgia run wild with The Geocities-izer, which makes any site "look like it was made by a 13-year-old in 1996."

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