In January 1998, Disney registered Go.com becauseInfoseek and Disney Online joint were interested in developing the Go Network, an internet portal. Go.com was launched in January 1999 with content from ABCNews.com, ESPN.com and Disney. Along with Time Warner's Pathfinder.com, Go.com proved to be an expensive failure for its parent company, as web users preferred to use search engines to access content directly, rather than start at a top-level corporate portal. In 2013, Disney retired the Go.com logo and branding, turning the domain into a Disney-branded landing page without a search engine.
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These soft vintage-feel t-shirts come pre-washed and pre-shrunk, making sure that your size and color will hold up with time. Ringspun yarn makes the t-shirt feel lighter than the regular cotton T-shirt, and is a lot softer and more durable.