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Early AOL ad shows how efficient life becomes when you have the internet

Nov 14, 2012 By Abraham 7

A 1995 commercial for America Online depicts a guy helping his friend send flowers, buy plane tickets, and research dinosaurs — and all in time to still get to the big game. As the top comment on YouTube says…

Yeah, let’s use the internet to be more efficient so we can get quickly back to real life!!….oh…wait….

(via Reddit)

7 Comments

  1. Willow Kidd says:

    10 hours of on-line time? They forget to mention 5 of those hours will be spent waiting for you dial-up connection and page loading.

    And how do you get it? Those horrible disks were everywhere!

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