How I Met Your Motherboard


Tue, Apr 27th, 2010 22:53 by capnasty NEWS

In the early days, computers were strictly for the nerds. Back then we had no clue that we'd soon be "Googling" strangers, building enormous networks of "friends," and creating fan pages for goats and pickles. Nope, we were learning how to be young entrepreneurs with Lemonade Stand and exploring the old west with Oregon Trail. As the years progressed, however, the nerds won out, and we all now live in their Facebooky, Twittery, cloud-computery world.



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