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I work at a research company who work exclusively with 7-24 year olds.

s obviously mean I speak with loads of kids everday and I am increasingly amazed at their internet and computer knowledge and understanding in general.

I remember getting the internet for the first time, and was amazed thinking back of the speed of the jumps its made. I used books at school and used the internet in maybe 2 lessons a week, writing homework on paper instead of typing. The opportunity for learning is endless.

 

Anoyone else 'grow up' with the internet? Do you remember the moves from Napster (where if you went offline in the middle of a download it had to start again when you went back on) to Morpheus, to Azureus, Bearshare....

Does your son/daughter/nephew/neice talk about things you reall have never heard of?

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Who you grafting for these days like?

 

Called Dubit, was only temp for 2 weeks at the beginning of Sept and still there.

You've probably heard of them being a big player in the Leeds marketing scene?

 

Rings a bell aye. Sounds canny.

 

Remember our weekly internet lesson at Highfield like. Piss around on the internet (which no cunt knew how to use) for an hour and try stitch people by trying to get porn up.

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Who you grafting for these days like?

 

Called Dubit, was only temp for 2 weeks at the beginning of Sept and still there.

You've probably heard of them being a big player in the Leeds marketing scene?

 

Rings a bell aye. Sounds canny.

 

Remember our weekly internet lesson at Highfield like. Piss around on the internet (which no c*** knew how to use) for an hour and try stitch people by trying to get porn up.

 

Never used the internet at Ovingham like. Remember getting the first computer with the internet in there in our final year but never used it.

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Remember being a nipper and if I asked my parents a question they didn't know the answer to, then that was that: I never found. :lol:

 

Used to tell me to look it up. Especially if I couldn't spell a word. Looking up a word I couldn't spell always seemed like they were just telling me to fuck off.

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Remember being a nipper and if I asked my parents a question they didn't know the answer to, then that was that: I never found. :lol:

 

Used to tell me to look it up. Especially if I couldn't spell a word. Looking up a word I couldn't spell always seemed like they were just telling me to fuck off.

 

Oh, aye, we had a dictionary, but no big encyclopaedia's or anything like that.

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porn, has made a large proportion :fwap: :fwap: :fwap: :fwap: of the internet

 

Since time immemorial, whenever man created something, someone would always ask "Can you fuck it?". We lost alot of those guys when we found fire, but enough survived to sort out the internet.

 

If 56k was fast enough for porn to load, we'd all still be on phone lines.

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porn, has made a large proportion :fwap: :fwap: :fwap: :fwap: of the internet

 

Since time immemorial, whenever man created something, someone would always ask "Can you fuck it?". We lost alot of those guys when we found fire, but enough survived to sort out the internet.

 

If 56k was fast enough for porn to load, we'd all still be on phone lines.

 

yeap, thank the lord for when HD streaming is the norm!

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Remember being a nipper and if I asked my parents a question they didn't know the answer to, then that was that: I never found. :lol:

 

I remember looking through encyclopedias with my Mam and Dad, looking up animals and countries and things.

 

I think that's something I'll still try to do if I have kids. There's something about searching for information and exploring a book that Wikipedia can't give you.

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