This has been making the rounds on the blogosphere lately, so I figured I'd give it a post, too.
In celebration of Google's 10th birthday, the company is releasing its oldest archive of the search engine's index. It's kind of like a time machine back into early 2001. Comparing and contrasting results from then and now can be pretty fascinating. (Example: Googling "September 11" brings 540,000,000 results. Back then, it only had 487,000. Try comparing "Osama Bin Laden", "MySpace", "iPod" or "Paris Hilton" for more giggles.)
The strange thing is that back then, I wasn't using Google - I was a Yahoo! supporter until Paul Hovey showed me the light midway through sixth grade.