The Today Show (1994)
Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric don’t know what the internet is.
I saw a few people posting this on Facebook and loved it. It’s funny, and above all, neat.
This is obviously my favorite thing.
It’s also funny that they give this so much screen time. The Today Show is now four hours (twice as long), but each topic is only given 20 seconds.
I have all but forgotten the angst of being fourteen and dealing with adults who simply did not get it, man.
In 1994, Microsoft Windows was an environment you ran on top of MS-DOS; Netscape would release the first version of their web browser in December; Gil Amelio became CEO of a beleaguered Apple Computer; and Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the founders of Google, hadn’t even met each other yet.