From Matthew Braga of BuzzFeed:
Link: How “ReBoot” predicted the future but got left behind
The future arrived in 1994 as a Saturday-morning cartoon. It crackled with the excitement of the early internet age: of modems and Windows and CPUs, the animated equivalent of dialing into AOL or Prodigy for the first time. It was the first computer-generated television show ever made — a show about computers, made with computers — and unlike anything else on air. Continue reading.
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