If you ever wondered what the people from Mad Men might have used to look for stock-images for their ad-campaigns, Google60 may be your best bet. Described as "an art project to explore distances and heroism in user interfaces," it is one of the creations of Norbert Landsteiner. His creative coding skills brought us the Google BBS Terminal, an 80s Google experience. Anyhow, with his Google60 project, he took the whole idea to another level by replacing the Google front end with a virtual IBM 360-like interface. All the buttons actually work and lets you control the interface as well as the volume. It’s not the quickest way to search for information, but it certainly gives you a badass Google experience – Mad Men-style.