Looking back on 2005 when Intervals began

| December 12th, 2008 | , ,

Intervals - online project management for small businessWe’ve come a long way since 2005 when we first opened up Intervals to a public beta. Fortunately, there are some cool sites out there, like archive.org, who’ve captured the history of our web site. Intervals will soon celebrate it’s four year anniversary. That’s four years of tuning and tweaking, making Intervals one of the best online project management tools for small business.

Want to see what it looked like when we first started out?
Click here to visit the original Intervals web site at archive.org.


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