Today, The Big Internet Museum is opening its figurative doors to, well, the internet. Just like any museum, "wings" are divided into sections like Audio-Visual, Social Media, and Gaming. Temporary exhibits will also be springing up from time to time.
Entries range from logical (the invention of HTML) to the absurd (double rainbow guy seems a questionable web cornerstone). But every exhibit does at least share one thing: younger kids won't have any idea where these things came from.
Still, even for us more seasoned cruisers of the information superhighway, it's a nice refresher course in the days — and people — of internet past. You can even submit your own ideas for future exhibits. So, tell us, what parts of internet lore belong in the museum? [The Big Internet Museum via TNW]