First aired in 1984, on the Thames TV segment called “Database”, this clip was trying to educate tech-interested folks about the complex and deep activity of sending an email to another person or company in the 80s in the UK.
Check that out kids, it wasn’t as easy to just text someone back in the day. Just kidding. I wasn’t even born in 1984. Have fun with retro-computing on the Micronet 800! Thanks to Thames TV for sharing this from their archive.
If you’re interested in learning more about the origins of the Internet and the World Wide Web and the pioneers of the Digital Age, you should also check out our feature article “Who Invented the World Wide Web? And Why?“.
YouTube: How to send an ‘E mail’ – Database – 1984
Photo credit: The feature image is a still from the presented video and is owned by Thames TV.
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