As web relics go, Internet Life—the magazine published by Yahoo from 1995 to 2002—points to a dot com era devoid of social networks and Twitter feeds (no doubt, a simpler time). As Charlie Warsel notes at BuzzFeed, the publication served as a "reminder of what the Yahoo brand once was: a sleek, sexy, and even edgy vision of the future and a cultural touchstone."
The magazine shuttered in 2002 due to decreasing ad sales, but ran wide-ranging features, from Internet radio guides to stories on the rise of online music. Beloved film critic Roger Ebert even had a regular column in the magazine. Cool indeed.