The is not a photo of a wookie. This is a digital photo of me, taken in 1988.
Yeah, 1988. How many digital cameras had you seen in 1988? Right, probably none. It was taken as part of the FaceSaver Project, which catalogued attendees at several conferences of the Usenix Association. They had an awesome setup with a professional photographer, and we all went home with a laser printed sheet of stickers with our face on them. It was like we were living in the future.
Back when the web was in its infancy, the NSCNA Mosaic team -- the people who invented the graphical web browser (and the predecessor to Mozilla) -- published a What's New page. On June 1, 1994, it carried the first public announcement that this server was in operation.