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Today's Tech Saavy Kids React to Video from 1997 that Explains the Internet

When it comes to technology, there is no question that the quick pace of development makes the innovations of today...

Today's Tech Saavy Kids React to Video from 1997 that Explains the Internet

When it comes to technology, there is no question that the quick pace of development makes the innovations of today outdated tomorrow. There is also no question that for today's kids, this is a good thing. Children have all kinds of tech toys at their disposal and no memory of a time before the Internet or the perils of a dial-up connection.

 

So, what happens when you show a group of today's tech savvy kids what the Internet was like way back when? The teens in the The Fine Bros' video watch "The Kids' Guide to the Internet," an instructional video from 1997 meant to introduce 90's kids to the Internet. This was the dawn of the Internet, and services like email and online video were basically unknown to general public. Each kid is shown the video and monitored for their reactions, which are hilarious.

 

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