Sports writer Michael MacCambridge wrote, “The Super Bowl contains multitudes; it has always exemplified America at its best, America at its worst, and more than anything else, America at its most.”
Flat widescreen monitors? Glowing keyboards and mice? Controllers with analog thumbsticks? The late ‘90s PC gamer needed not such things.
The internet is so deeply woven into our everyday lives, we hardly think about it anymore. We've all been posting, commenting, liking, and sharing for at least a decade. In the process, we've all left a long digital trail. What's the oldest remnant of your online life that you can still find?
"Who hasn't heard about the Internet? It's mentioned on television, in the magazines, and on the radio. Everyone's talking about it, and everyone wants to get connected to it." So began the 1995 book, simply titled The Internet by Kerry Cochrane.
It's every generation's responsibility to grow old and become cranky at the next generation while talking about how growing up back then was so much more fun than growing up today. THESE KIDS KNOW NOTHING. All they do is stare at iPads and play crappy games by swiping on giant phones. At least we 90's kids stared at…
The 90s! The dawn of a hybrid of pop/counter-cultural archetype: the Cyberpunk. Many strived to include themselves in the ranks of these rebels. If only they'd had this graphical rubric guiding them.
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What if the YouTube we know and love had been invented in the 1990s? The video is the latest in a series of similarly themed visions of retro-trech showcasing Twitter, Facebook, and Google among others.
Now, this is a story all about how…Wow, this pretty much hits the early-90s on the head. Baseball Stars, Nike Ultra Force kicks, Mariah Carey CD, those pants! But where's the SNES? I mean, he was the Fresh Prince, right?