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What would happen if internet wasn't invented?
I can't imagine.
I can remember living before the internet and it wasn't so bad.
Some days I am saturated with endless knowledge and other days I feel its' the worst invention of our lives.
It brings so much good and so much bad .
The music and publishing industries would still be in decent financial shape....
People would be more literate instead of ROTL. WTF!?
As said by FatFreddysCat, artists in the motion picture, music, and publishing industries would be able to make a far better living.
People would connect more on fundamental and intimate levels.
Lives wouldn't be ruined through leaked nude photos, gossip over facespace (or is it mybook?), hacked indentities, etc.
I could sincerely go on for hours. However, it can be positive, too.
I would be reading books, and maybe writing one or two. I grew up before the internet. I rode my bike every day and could beat any boy in the neighborhood. I also did a lot of research in a library. I can't imagine what people would do now. I don't know if children are still taught to research information in an actual book or if everything is done online. I had an encyclopedia set. We also had a lot more personal social interaction. Fridays were games nights at many homes (people would come over to play cards). Times certainly have changed.
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