私たちは ___INSERT_DATE_HERE___ にこのアイデアを受け取り、 November 06, 2011 ___INSERT_THE_DATE_HERE___ にアイコンを作成しました。 December 11, 2011
Folders for documents, texts, downloads, music, images.
That time before the internet seems such a blur. What did we do with our time? Read books? Talk to each other? Make friends in real life? Sounds like a handful. Since the day we heard that strange noise as we cranked up our dial-up internet, life as we know it was forever changed. We bid goodbye to things we realized we didn’t even need in the first place, like music stores, movie rental shops, handwritten letters, and solitaire—to even more useless stuff like our memory, punctuality, and privacy.
We can thank some white men named Vinton Cerf and Robert Kahn who jumpstarted the loss of our free time. They are also probably the guys who invented short attention span. They definitely made our lives much easier. No more money shelled out for books, games, music, and movies. But seriously, props to Vint and Robert. Solid work on this internet thing.
The icons we usually see signifying the internet is the globe, and we have several versions of it.
You can also use these symbols in relation to the internet:
Web browser icons are also here. Choose among the following:
Remember Internet Explorer? Well, if you do, we have an icon ready for you to use. We’re also not sure what situation would call for it, but it’s here if you need it.