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How Millennials and Gen-X Befriended Strangers in the Early Internet Days

Pioneering digital communications in the 56k dial-up internet days.

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When the internet first became mainstream, it was the first time in history where a human could talk to another human instantaneously via text. However, during these years, everyone online was potentially a 42-year old man…




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