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Age of Awareness

Growing up without the Internet in the Internet Age

Living off the grid before it was for hipsters

Photo by Rodion Kutsaev on Unsplash

My family didn’t have the internet until I was around 14 and I didn’t have a computer until I was around 16. For those two interim years, an iPod touch was my only window into the world of the internet. Not that it was a world I was much interested in. I enjoyed being able to connect to iTunes and…

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