This week marks a wondrous occasion -- 25 years ago, Sir Tim Burners-Lee made the World Wide Web public and we haven't looked back since. Without Burners-Lee, there would be no rickrolling, no cat gifs, no YouTube tutorials teaching you everything from how not to curl your hair to building an entire PC.
I figured the best way way to celebrate this birthday is with a roundup of the top internet relics. Some of these bits of digital history are still going strong, some have been abandoned and left to die in an eight-bit grave. But they all meant something at one point! Vote on your favorites and see how your World Wide Web memories compare to other people's favorites.