When Was the Acronym Finder Website First Published?

When Was the Acronym Finder Website First Published?

The Acronym Finder website was first published, according to its owners, in 1996. The Internet Archive Wayback Machine, which keeps a thorough log of pages on the World Wide Web, has it listed as far back as May 8, 1999.

The website is a result of research initiated by its founder, Mike Molloy, dating back to 1985, and it is a for-profit business. It provides free search of acronyms, with ads displayed in the results. It also has free tools for a number of web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Opera.

AcronymFinder.com claims to have the most comprehensive acronym database in the world.