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What If Social Media was Invented in the 20th Century?

Geeks and gamers will love the videos above, especially those young enough to utilise smartphones, but old enough remember playing on personal and home computers such as the Amstrad 464, Atari 800, and Commadore 64.

Both make humorous, but theoretical attempts to imagine how internet users would’ve used social media if it had been invented in the previous century.

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Tags twitter, Facebook, smartphone, social media, Amstrad 464, Atari 800, Commadore 64
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