"Imagine, if you will, sitting down to your morning coffee and turning on your home computer to read the day's newspaper."
So begins this adorable San Francisco newscast from 1981, chronicling how newspapers are starting to (gasp!) send newspapers over the Internet. Someone is even credited as a "home computer owner."
"Engineers now predict the day will come when we get all our newspapers and magazines by home computer, but that's a few years off," newscaster Steve Newman said.
Apparently it took more than two hours to get the whole newspaper to your computer over the phone. Never complain about your slow Internet again.