Kids from the 90’s and later decades will never know how computing was like during the 1980s. Thanks to a developer with a high sense of nostalgia though, a Bulletin Board System (BBS) of Google is now available online.
Norbet Landsteiner created the Google BBS Terminal where you can go on a trip back to the days of ASCII graphics and modem tones.
The terminal is not just a random display since it’s also functional and works like the search engine would. To check out any of the four featured news onscreen, just hit the number on the keyboard and it will lead you to a new tab.
The same procedure goes for search results, but you have to first select whether you are going to search manually or you are feeling lucky about it.