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Thu., Feb. 5, 2009, 3:22 p.m.

Video of the Week

A man from the not-so-distant future goes back in time to stop the internet from ever having been invented. The internet, as he says, has turned his world into a wasteland; people remain isolated, each on his own computer, flaming each other, speading gossip, watching porn, and doing absolutely nothing else. Warning: some bad language.

Question: Do you think this is where we're headed? Is there any truth in this time traveler's message?

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