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If Wikipedia Existed in the 80s

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In the 80s, even Encarta would have seemed like a dim and distant dream. It was an era of cassette loading and simple, but brilliant games, but the idea of the world's collective knowledge in one place would have blown our minds.

But one YouTube user has tried to imagine what Wikipedia would have looked like in the decade of the mullet and Ghostbusters. It's strangely charming, and will bring pangs of nostalgia to those of you who grew up around computers in the era.

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[via Gizmodo]

(Image: YouTube)

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