Note: I was 14 years old in 1985 but computer savvy (well, with the C=64, Apple IIc, IBM PC anyway - I wouldn’t start using terminals for multi-user systems until 1986).
I agree that based on the captured image, I’d assume it was a page from a magazine. The layout is very similar. Until I noticed the “log in” button and “View more stories”, in which case I don’t think it’d have taken me too much of a leap to realize it was a computer driven interactive interface with a magazine-like layout. I wouldn’t have imagined the Internet as it is today, but would have inferred the existence of a high resolution Kindle or Nook type of device that allowed online reading of magazines and books.
I would recognize Gadhafi and Charlie Sheen’s names. While “Platoon”, “Major League” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” were not yet made by 1985, “Red Dawn” was made in 1984 and I actually saw that in a movie theater - the first movie I ever went to with friends and without my parents - so I’d definitely have recognized him.
Similarly it mentions Boeing being surprised at issues with the “skin, joints” of the 737, an airplane already nearly 20 years into production by 1985 when the Boeing 757 was the latest model of passenger aircraft they made. And the picture they have of a US Passport looks pretty much the same as they did back in 1985.
So between mention of Gadhafi, Charlie Sheen and the Boeing 737 I probably wouldn’t even have guessed it was from as late as 2011 - I would have guessed the mid 1990s.
And actually, web pages like that DID exist by the mid 1990s so when the date rolled around, I still wouldn’t realize I was wrong until 2000 rolled around and Charlie Sheen hadn’t trademarked 22 phrases yet (though I could well believe it just happened and I just missed it, since I often don’t pay attention to that sort of news).