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We found this old episode of the show in an archive (Tomorrow Daily 154)

Deep in our basement here at CNET, we discovered a dusty VHS copy of one of the earliest episodes of the show, where we talk about cellular phones, Sony's strange move into video gaming consoles and exactly how many people are actually using the internet.

We were minding our business, doing some spring cleaning, when we happened upon a strange VHS tape. We don't remember making this episode of the show back in 1994, but hey, it's a hilarious look back, isn't it?

We can't believe how skeptical we were of Sony's ability to get into the console market with the original PlayStation, or how silly we thought cell phones were after talking about the IBM Simon Personal Computer. Oh, and that laughable article about how many people were actually using the internet seems so quaint now.

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Here are some links and notes for all the things on the show today:

  • The IBM Simon Personal Computer thinks it can be an all-in-one device
  • Sony will launch their "PlayStation" gaming console in Japan this year
  • New York Times article in the paper asks how many people are actually on the internet
  • Summer Movie Preview: Speed, The Flintstones, The Mask, The Shadow, and The Lion King
  • Into It: GUTS and Surge

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