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Internet Week website, a very amusing documentary to what happens when five digital natives are forced to go offline for a week.
It has taken over our lives and permeates every moment. It even has its own week.
And it's the annual occurrence of Internet Week that made us think? have we become addicted to the internet? And if we have, what would happen if 5 digital natives were forced to go cold turkey for a week? Would it be reminiscent of a scene from Trainspotting? Or would they regress to some kind of IRL utopia?
We followed these five internet addicts around for a week. This is the result.
|How Glass Bottles Are Recycled|
|Rube Goldberg Machine Using Marbles and Magnets|
|Filming Air Tahiti Nui's Operation With a Go Pro|
|An 86-Year-Old, Real-Life Robinson Crusoe|
|"Is meant to produce more energy than it consumes."|
|“We have to forget steel as a core employer.”|
|“It’s not something you would expect to see there and not something we’ve seen there before.”|
|Making a Movie Inside a Video Game|
|"Its tilted axis makes orbit, showing the position of the sun and the time."|
|"The first to target civilians and the first such malware built to target a nation’s power supply."|
|“Drone carrying defibrillators could begin operating in Sweden.”|
|"Technological transformation first reduced the income of the populations for decades, although societies became wealthier in the long term."|
|“Making paper out of stone.”|
|It's a Commercial About a Sweater|
|“Lights-out factory devoid of human labor”|
|A Simple Task for CRISPR|