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Kids predicted today's Internet offerings, in 1995

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 18 Aug 2012 16:29 User comments (6)

Kids predicted today's Internet offerings, in 1995 One of the random Internet videos of the week that has become popular is a PSA filmed in 1995 by the 'Young Montana Media Group.'
In the PSA, which tells young people to visit their nearest library to access the Internet, a group of young kids explain the future of the Internet, and it is pretty accurate.

The children claim that by the time they are in college, the Internet will "be our telephone" (which it is quickly becoming), "our television" (which it is also quickly becoming) and the place where we talk to family overseas.

Additionally, the kids says the Internet will be the place to get your international sports scores, as well as see photos of cats, and get food recipes.

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6 user comments

118.8.2012 23:01

Kind of old news.I read about it last week.


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219.8.2012 6:21
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Originally posted by JST1946:
Kind of old news.I read about it last week.
oh fudge. a whole week ago?!

319.8.2012 11:22
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Originally posted by asdsdfasdfads:
Originally posted by JST1946:
Kind of old news.I read about it last week.
oh fudge. a whole week ago?!
Dude, it's the internet. A week is like a year here.

419.8.2012 12:22

BS. it was predicted when the internet term was coined, period. why top sites like afterdawn should need to come up with such crap?


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524.8.2012 19:55

it would be more interesting if it wasn't scripted by adults.

625.8.2012 14:00

At that age, they parrot what they are told. Now, sometimes they parrot from unusual sources. That it where their creativity comes in.

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