Watch this: kids from 1995 convince you to get on the internet


From tech site <a href="">The Verge</a> Back in the early-to-mid 90s a lot of people remained unconvinced by the internet's potential — perhaps not surprising, given the spartan nature of early web pages. The fifth-grade students at Ray Bjork Elementary School in Helena, Montana knew better, though, and put together this PSA that not only details the internet's many uses in 1995 but also predicts its future.


The group includes a TV reporter, a grad student, a data control specialist ... and a programmer. Article from The Atlantic.

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