14 things that everyone who lived before the Internet era remembers
Categories: SocietyBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/14-things-that-everyone-who-lived-before-the-internet-era-remembers
Now, with just one small device, we can exchange instant messages, buy books or music, get any necessary information and much more. And how did people manage without the World Wide Web?
We decided to get a little nostalgic and remember how we lived before the Internet broke into our lives.
And then the Internet appeared and took away all our free time!
They played in a magical place called "the street" until their elbows and knees were torn apart. (© abramochkin)
There was nothing more interesting than playing hopscotch or rubber band. (© img0)
Except for the construction of stacks on trees. In our imagination, they really looked like this. (© pinterest)
They called the girl on her home phone, hoping that her father would not pick up the phone. (© mosfilm)
We bought audio cassettes. (© pinterest)
The answers to the questions were searched in the encyclopedia. (© cbs)
And in general, we went to the library more often. (© warnerbros)
They exchanged notes instead of messages. (© adme)
And they sent each other real letters by mail. Letters are such long messages, but they are written on paper, if anyone has forgotten. (© happy-giraffe)
We agreed in advance on the exact place and time of the meeting. (© odessafilm)
They were watching the programs on TV so as not to miss them. (© nbc)
They ordered their favorite song on the radio, and then waited for it with excitement. (© pinterest)
We were playing Tetris. (© techno.bigmir)
Or in the "Minesweeper". (© vilingstore)