I came across quite a few screenshots included in patent application for early(ish) websites/technologies. I love being able to see the old web environment, reskinned IE, stacks of toolbars, random applications open in the Windows taskbar. I also like very much the xerox aesthetics and general bizarreness. Here are few, in no particular order:

1999 — Browser based web site generation tool and run time engine

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Paint Shop

2004 — Methods and apparatus for collecting and displaying performance metrics from a web site

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2005 — Methods, systems, and products for updating web content

cross browser

2004 — World wide web directory for providing live links

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Archive — https://web.archive.org/web/20070408111915/http://www.askpoodle.com:80/

2000 — Web based dating service with weighted interests matching

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skinned browser
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1999 — Method and system of facilitating automatic login to a web site using an internet browser

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RealJukebox in the background

2004-Method and system for filtering website content

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neopets

2000 — Changing hypermedia content of a web site

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minimalist

2008 — Web content capturing, packaging, distribution

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jQuery and email “U in to g…”

2001 — Method and apparatus for integrated, user-directed web site text

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2007 — System for operating educational website for promoting parent and teacher involvement

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Redeem your Taco Supreme

2000 — Methods and apparatus for allowing internet based purchases based on a temporary credit card number

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sears cerdit

2004 — Enhanced interface utility for web-based searching

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2003 — System and method for toy adoption and marketing

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https://web.archive.org/web/20050924205428/http://www.webkinz.com:80/

2000 — Instantaneous price quotation system for custom manufactured parts

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2005 — System and method for generating enhanced depiction of electronic files such as web files

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2005 — Search apparatus and method for providing a collapsed search

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2000 — Apparatus and method for transmitting information from signage to portable computing device, and system utilizing same

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IE for Macintosh

2003 — Online gift registry service

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Rod’s Console

2005 — Command Engine

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Stop Searching and Start Commanding the Web — Toolbars: stacks on stack on stacks

2008 — Systems and Methods for Capturing, Organizing, and Sharing Data

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pj harvey

2004 — Systems And Methods For Generating A User Interface

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Homestar Runner

2005 — Indicating website reputations during an electronic commerce transaction

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2001 — Systems and methods for internet reward service

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2006 — System And Method For Providing Transactional Security For An End-User Device

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Screenshot of video player

2005 — Method and apparatus for interacting with a visually displayed document on a screen reader

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screen reader parrot

2006 — QuickView — combination of system and software components which enables search engine users to quickly identifiying relevant search returned results using visual images as references

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MySeeks

2002 — Wager management service that allows individuals to make electronic wagers directly with other individuals

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I bet my Toshiba DVD player

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