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Maddie Dunbar

It's Complicated blog entry 1 (module 1)

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I chose to blog about the paragraph in It's Complicated that says "In the 1980s and 1990s, early internet adopters used services like email and instant messaging to chat with people they various programming languages worked", and it's crazy to think that that's how people communicated in the 80s and 90s, and it's even crazier to think that when I was younger, I even did that to communicate with my friends. I would use chatrooms and IMing to talk to my friends and see what was going on. There wasnt an iPhone (or at least I don't think there was) when I was younger, but old enough that my parents let me talk to my friends via the internet. 

Due to my lack of words at the moment and the rush to get this blog post done, I chose to make a collage of a few ways people communicated in the 80s and 90s. (Hopefully it works, I dragged the collage from the desktop of my laptop and it's inserted as a link!)