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Buy Again is a feature on Amazon.com that allows customers to quickly reorder items they have previously purchased from the website. Customers can view their purchase history and select items to add to their cart for a faster checkout process. To get started, visit our Buy Again Page.




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Check out our YouTube video showing thehistory of the Amazon.com website!It has all the images and captions from this page, and is easy on the eyes.Early Stage Amazon (1994-1995)In 1994, Jeff Bezos witnessed the exponential growth of the World Wide Weband saw an opportunity to realize online commerce. Initially named Cadabra,Bezos changed the name when his attorney convinced him that it sounded too muchlike Cadaver. Bezos also consideredthe name Relentless for a while before opting for Amazon, which reflectedthe ideas of grandiosity and abundance. The company was founded on July 5th, 1994.Jeff Bezos (1997)Source: CNBC Video


Amazon founder Jeff Bezos conducted many interviews in the early years,but this one in 1997 with KIRO 7 Seattleis notable because it had footage of the website at the time. The qualityis poor, but still valuable to see Amazon in it's infancy. The computer in the closeupshots of the website appears to be anApple Powerbook 1400,but the PC brand on Bezos' desk is unclear.The first image below makes light of Amazon's massive collection of more than one millionbooks. Amazon's Book of the Day link boasts "a different title every dayfor the next 3,000 years."Amazon.com Homepage on TV broadcast (1997)Source: KIRO 7 News


The company went public on May 15th, 1997 and raised $54 million in the process.Amazon's website underwent major changes, reflected in the design andmore user-friendly interface. A left sidebar was introduced to enhance navigation, making the website more usable.Book covers and reviews were introduced to the experience to allow users to visualize the bookstore.Amazon homepage image, restored by Version Museum (1997)Source: ebaumsworld.com


As Amazon's ambitions grew beyond selling books, tabs were introduced to the website.The site itself went through numerous alterations, with the search bar makingits first prominent appearance to the top left of the homepage in the latter halfof the year.Furthermore, international expansion began, with acquisitions of online stores in the United Kingdom and Germany.


The on-again off-again relationship with tabs continued, but this time they were severely curtailed.There were only tabs for the homepage, a personalized page of products called Your Store, and a link to all the product categories.Amazon Prime began in February 2005, and prominent ads for the service were plastered on the homepage.Interestingly, the category page that lists 30+ types of products also has some logos, that in retrospect, are fascinating to see.Amazon used to power the websites for Toys-R-Us, Babies-R-Us, and Target. Toys-R-Us and Babies-R-Us ended up going bankrupt,closing all their US and British stores in 2018. Target and Amazon are now fierce competitors in the retail sector. But back in 2005, online retailwas a small slice of the pie and wasn't strategic enough for these companies to own themselves.Amazon homepage (2005)Source: archive.org


GeoNet provides geological hazard information for Aotearoa New Zealand. This dataset contains data and products recorded by the GeoNet sensor network. GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) data include raw data in proprietary and Receiver Independent Exchange Format (RINEX) and local tie-in survey conducted during equipment changes, more details can be found on the GeoNet geodetic page website. Coastal gauge data include relative measurement of sea level measured by tsunami monitoring gauges. Raw and quality control data are provided in CREX format (Character Form for the Representtion and eXchange of metereological data), more details can be found on the GeoNet coastal tsunami monitoring gauges page. Camera images data include webcam images from the GeoNet Volcano monitoring network and Built Environment Instrumentation Programme, more details can be found on the GeoNet camera page. Waveform data include raw data from weak and strong motion instruments of the GeoNet seismic networks, more details can be found on the GeoNet seismic waveform page. Seismic data products include strong motion derived data, more details can be found on the GeoNet Strong Motion products page. Time Series data products include derived time...


Disk images, memory dumps, network packet captures, and files for use in digital forensics research and education. All of this information is accessible through the digitalcorpora.org website, and made available at s3://digitalcorpora/. Some of these datasets implement scenarios that were performed by students, faculty, and others acting in persona. As such, the information is synthetic and may be used without prior authorization or IRB approval. Details of these datasets can be found at


The World Ocean Database (WOD) is the largest uniformly formatted, quality-controlled, publicly available historical subsurface ocean profile database. From Captain Cook's second voyage in 1772 to today's automated Argo floats, global aggregation of ocean variable information including temperature, salinity, oxygen, nutrients, and others vs. depth allow for study and understanding of the changing physical, chemical, and to some extent biological state of the World's Oceans. Browse the bucket via the AWS S3 explorer: -wod-pds.s3.amazonaws.com/index.html


The End of Term Web Archive (EOT) captures and saves U.S. Government websites at the end of presidential administrations. The EOT has thus far preserved websites from administration changes in 2008, 2012, 2016, and 2020. Data from these web crawls have been made openly available in several formats in this dataset.


This is a 20-year global wave reforecast generated by WAVEWATCH III model ( -EMC/WW3) forced by GEFSv12 winds ( -gefs-retrospective.s3.amazonaws.com/index.html). The wave ensemble was run with one cycle per day (at 03Z), spatial resolution of 0.25X0.25 and temporal resolution of 3 hours. There are five ensemble members (control plus four perturbed members) and, once a week (Wednesdays), the ensemble is expanded to eleven members. The forecast range is 16 days and, once a week (Wednesdays), it extends to 35 days. More information about the wave modeling, wave grids and calibration can be found in the WAVEWATCH III regtest ww3_ufs1.3 ( -EMC/WW3/tree/develop/regtests/ww3_ufs1.3)....


The UCSC Genome Browser is an online graphical viewer for genomes, a genome browser, hosted by the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC). The interactive website offers access to genome sequence data from a variety of vertebrate and invertebrate species and major model organisms, integrated with a large collection of aligned annotations. This dataset is a copy of the MySQL tables in MyISAM binary and tab-sep format and all binary files in custom formats, sometimes referred as 'gbdb'-files. Data from the UCSC Genome Browser is free and open for use by anyone. However, every genome...


A collection of 51,701 product pages from 8175 e-commerce websites across 8 markets (US, GB, SE, NL, FI, NO, DE, AT) with 5 manually labelled elements, specifically, the product price, name and image, add-to-cart and go-to-cart buttons.The dataset was collected between 2018 and 2019 and is made available has MHTML and as WebTraversalLibrary-format snapshots. 041b061a72


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