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'Vintage' Ads Bring The Internet To The Past (PICTURES)

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Not surprisingly, a lot of younger people today take the Internet for granted. While it seems we couldn't live without sites like Facebook and YouTube, it's easy to forget that these things have only existed for about a decade. That's why we love these "vintage" Internet ads. Imagine how amazing (albeit confusing) these would look to someone in the 1950s or 60s? It might not be that far off from today's grandparents, who commonly ask questions such as "What's a Twitter?" (Via Design Mom)

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