Our Technological World Today As Predicted In 2007

This 2007 CBS News report on “an incredibly strange thing” called Twitter drives home the accelerating pace of change in which we find ourselves. To journalists five years ago, the parameters of our existence today seemed frightening and scarcely imaginable:

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  • http://www.robertreeveslaw.com/ Car Accident Attorneys

    Crazy as so much has changed since then. I feel like 2007 was simpler, haha.

  • Anarchy Pony

    Twitter; Stupid then, stupid now.

    • zombieslapper

      Nah, homes; it’s fun and addictive. It’s like open mic night at the pub with 5,000 rowdy pals.

      • Anarchy Pony

        No, it’s a narcissistic clusterfuck of self important douche bags and famewhores(some more famous than others) blathering about the pointless details of their hollow and empty lives.

        • zombieslapper

          Guess you’re following the wrong people. Sorry to hear it. Have fun with all your comments on Disinfo, I’m sure you lead a very full life.

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