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History Of The Internet

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Description

The history of the internet is an exploration of the trends that started online - that now dominate the way we carry out our day to day lives. From hashtags to memes this series explores the cultural phenomenon that has given us a new way to grasp and move through the ever-complicated world we live in. Listen from the start to hear the evolution hashtags, what makes stories go viral and even how the Internet of Things (whether your wifi kettle or contactless card) is going to change the way you lead your life. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @Internet_Pod

Customer Reviews

Hashtag love podcasts

Loved hearing about the story of the hashtag!

#Relatable

There's so many podcasts around now and I honestly felt like this one is just the most relatable? Nothing really looks directly at the things millenials care about and then HOTI came along and all my random questions about the internet are now answered.

Loving exploring this topic!

We’re so used to using the internet nowadays that memes, hashtags and all the rest are almost second nature - you forget how they even came about in the first place. Really loving this series so far. More please!

History Of The Internet
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  • Category: Gadgets
  • Language: English

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