A rather limited definition of "anything".

Way back then, when Yahoo! was still an index, that main entrance page offered fewer possibilities (and I've got a .gif to prove it!), but for some strange reason it was still enough. If I remember correctly we still thought in terms of finding anything, of having access to a limitless library without walls. But depending on what circles you ran in, certain shelves didn't seem to hold much attraction for you. What's more (and of course this also was dependent on the circles in which you ran), it was easy to get the impression that the web was much more like a research library than a shopping mall. In order to cling to that impression today one has to be well practiced in the art of self-delusion. Today you really can find anything on the internet, provided you're looking for stock quotes, sports scores, the weather, and of course sex.

Go to: Something for Nothing.