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A 1981 News Report About the Internet [VIDEO]

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Twenty-three years later, it’s pretty accurate. 

It’s hard to remember a time when you had to “plug” an old rotary phone into a thingy to get an internet connection. To think, in 1981, only 2,000-3,000 people in San Francisco had a home computer. Try explaining that one to your kids!

Most of it is dead on. They were a little off on all newspapers being on computer in a “few years”, but we’ll see it soon.

Watch The 1981 News Report

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