For decades leading up to it, the year 2000 had always been the embodiment of “the future.” Now that we’re thirteen years past it, our perspectice has changed. Looking back, it’s hard to believe to how different our lives where back then. There were no smartphones, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, iPods, Google Maps, ubiquitious WiFi, Google Maps, Wikipedia, or booking trips online. That’s right, the year 2000 was the “good-ole days”.

Originally posted by Dane Carlson on March 28, 2014 in You Don't Say.


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