#100DaysOfWeb in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Days 5-8: HTML and HTML5
Lecture: Yahoo, circa 1996

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0:00 You want to see what Yahoo was like back in 1996? Here we are in the Wayback Machine. You can see all the different versions of Yahoo
0:09 that have been saved and we come down here about a week after the launch and let's just click on that and see what we get. Well, there we have it.
0:16 The little image at the top didn't come through. That's okay, we're not going to model that. Anyway, so here's our Yahoo
0:21 we have a new, and a cool, and the brand at the top and the news, and more Yahoo and then we just have a listing
0:28 like, here's all the arts and humanities and here's education, or if you want K12, you go in here. And this is basically a Yellow Page of the internet
0:37 put together by actual humans going around and looking for stuff that's cool and categorizing it. And this literally predates search engines
0:44 and Google, and things like that, it's pretty wild. But notice the HTML is really quite simple. So what we're going to do
0:51 is we're going to go and reproduce this pretty well actually with almost no styles no style sheets for sure 'cause that didn't exist back then.
1:00 So we're going to get this and we're going to built this it'll be quite a bit of fun. So you can go find it in the Wayback Machine
1:06 if you want to try this we'll talk about your turn chef when we get to it later. We're going to build this cool little website
1:12 and learn a little bit of HTML 5 while we're doing it.

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