Tech Rules And The Technologically Illiterate Drool In 'Computer Show'

Back in 1983 computers were new and exciting technology that few people had in their homes and even fewer knew how to actually use, so not knowing how to use a computer in the 80s was forgivable.

Cut to the early 21st century, when a show called Computer Show appeared on the internet looking like it was made in the 80s, with a host who seems to be stuck in the 80s discussing modern computing.

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Computer Show was created by the fine folks at Sandwich Video, so you know it's a quality product, and even though the show's host doesn't know much about computers he really wants to learn.

He's especially excited about a community site called Reddit, or more specifically the parts of Reddit full of color photos of people without pants.

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Computer Show is a show for comedy enthusiasts, computer enthusiasts, or any combination of the two, but if you don't own a funnybone or a computer then it's probably not the show for you...and how are you reading this right now?!

-Via Dangerous Minds

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