Websites are 23 Years Old. Celebrate by Building Something New!

August 6, 2014

On the 6th of August, 1991, 23 years ago, the first ever website was put on the internet. Of course, it wasn’t called the “internet” back then, and it really was a web page, not a full site, but it was a revolution that changed the way we live and communicate and we have Tim Berners-Lee to thank for it.

Every year, the 6th of August blows past us without fireworks, parties or even a humble toast dedicated to this important date.

We think it’s time to change that.

As a tribute to this special day, we’re offering .com, .or, .net and .info domains for $2.30. This price lasts through August 10th, so keep the dream alive by building a new web page and start something awesome! Get Your Domain Now!

Read this great piece on the history of the first web page and Tim Berners-Lee’s contributions to our modern web.

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