Your daily question ☕
What’s the best (or worst) part of Lollapalooza taking over Grant Park for the next four days? Explain.
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Yesterday, we asked you: What’s the first thing you remember doing on the internet? Here’s what some of you said…
“Looking up a birth defect called Craniosynostosis that my son was born with. A work colleague showed me how to log on to the internet. Circa 1994.” — Mary Ann O'Rourke
“Getting killed trying to capture a flag in Quake.” — Wesley Allen
“Ordering DVD rentals from Netflix when they actually mailed them to your house.” — Victoria Moore
“I remember logging into AOL dial up waiting to log on. Looking up my friends to see who’s online and chat. I still use my AOL email. Also played some great games online as a kid from the Nickelodeon site. Actually it’s pretty amazing how far we have come with technology.” — April Catchings
“Being able to look at scores before bedtime and seeing the standings update in real time, while not having to wait for the morning paper (where late West Coast games weren’t updated until two day later), was absolutely mind-blowing in 1992!” — Bill Renje
“Meeting people in AIM chat rooms and Setting up my Blackplanet page! Good times! Simpler times.” — Nicole Johnson
“Literally surfing for anything and everything. I couldn’t believe it was real.” — Carolyn Frazier