Internet not as in chatting forums, just browsing.Joshua822 wrote:Well, when I was six I could barely read the words maan, roos and vis ( that's Dutch for moon, rose and fish respectively ), let alone use a computer, or let alone what they were.
No offense, but really, what is a six year old kid going to do on the internet?
Talk about everything but Rayman!
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I was actually right here on PC during the early days back in 2003. I would have been about eleven at that stage. I never posted though, just looked. Same for RZ. I can distinctly remember witnessing some of the very earliest discussions. We only had an internet connection for a few months, maybe a year, then the aerial on the roof stopped working for some reason and we cancelled our subscription. We only got a new connection in 2008, which is when I joined both Rayman sites and started posting. I think I had some exposure to the internet prior to 2003, but I can’t remember much of it. Maybe it was in a library or something.
But even then, what's the point in surfing if you can't read anything?Internet not as in chatting forums, just browsing.
Ah well, I guess it was more playing a handful of flash games over and over again then anything else.
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