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posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 02:47 PM
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in the memory of old disc trading to get free stuff.
who would like to go back to that time?
a time where there is no need to be on-line 24/7 a day, just socialise to get what you want.
a time i certainly will not forget.
with the terrabytes flying around for practically nothing, and smaller/cheaper as the times go by.
would the internet elimination really impact us that hard? as consumers? i don't think so.
we would still have smart phone services to stay in contact get info.
we would still get our things for free with even more ease than now.
just buy a TB disk and give it to the right college or friend, week or so later you've got more than you would initially download you're self.

internet kill switch, its a Hollywood thing at most in my eye`s.

back to the question,
Would you like to go back to the time when the net wasn`t there.
only trading disks, and like a child on christmas day, exited, like back than, to see what's on it this time?




posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 02:53 PM
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Due to the fact it would servilely impact the ability to get media from other countries I would have to say no.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 02:54 PM
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Part of me says yes, a return to the older ways would be good, but another part of me says that the internet has done more to connect and inform us than anything else in history. It is the last frontier of global freedom, for now. So no, overall I would not like to return to the days before internet. However, there is much about the good ole days I do value and wish I could return to, but it is innocence lost I'm afraid and we have been hurled into this rampant pace of ever evolving technology that HOPEFULLY will be one of the things that can save us in our destructive plight.

Peace,
spec



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 03:14 PM
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to be honest i don't think it would make it more difficult to get information.
it will only take a bit longer to get out there,. private networks will flourish than you know.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 03:17 PM
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Originally posted by Guilp
in the memory of old disc trading to get free stuff.
who would like to go back to that time?
a time where there is no need to be on-line 24/7 a day, just socialise to get what you want.
a time i certainly will not forget.
with the terrabytes flying around for practically nothing, and smaller/cheaper as the times go by.
would the internet elimination really impact us that hard? as consumers? i don't think so.
we would still have smart phone services to stay in contact get info.
we would still get our things for free with even more ease than now.
just buy a TB disk and give it to the right college or friend, week or so later you've got more than you would initially download you're self.

internet kill switch, its a Hollywood thing at most in my eye`s.

back to the question,
Would you like to go back to the time when the net wasn`t there.
only trading disks, and like a child on christmas day, exited, like back than, to see what's on it this time?



If it's info then you can just use a phone, you specifically talked about the sharing of media which would be servilely impacted if the net wasn't around.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 03:43 PM
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If the net were killed innovation would reign supreme and a new net born.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 07:08 PM
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using the smarphone , and its coming apps, the new internal voices are without void.!



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 07:11 PM
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you missed the point of my hieroglyphs !



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 07:51 PM
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The internet died 10 years ago when people who didn't/don't need a computer, started buying them because they were told to. Now, the internet is more like a giant digital catalog with alot of pointless ads. It used to be that almost all computer users would pirate software within the local community or online by using "hotline" or irc clients(or even bbs).



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 08:18 PM
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mOZillA FIRE FoX with ad block plus.

stuff that is old as a TV mining, to get one thought for all.

the internet is not like that!
internal info ,, fast like now or slow back than.
unstoppable force like Luke.

strange Entities making thoughts , the nerd or nerfed, to be the new Einstein ?
Who Dares ?

A jezus in 2010, not 2000 years ago.

is internet the only Je Zus possibility?



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 09:05 PM
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Originally posted by speculativeoptimist
Part of me says yes, a return to the older ways would be good, but another part of me says that the internet has done more to connect and inform us than anything else in history. It is the last frontier of global freedom, for now. So no, overall I would not like to return to the days before internet. However, there is much about the good ole days I do value and wish I could return to, but it is innocence lost I'm afraid and we have been hurled into this rampant pace of ever evolving technology that HOPEFULLY will be one of the things that can save us in our destructive plight.

Peace,
spec


we never lost anything, only different thinking,.
nothing more.
inevitable consequentness ; like stopping Human Sacrifice in a Mayen Mayhem .

time in the masses.
...
internet, is a mass of to much time.
...
bull poop or transatlantic POO,.
IT S like, THAT MISS PUSH A STONE LIKE THE PREGNANT WOMAN.






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