You could go even further, and deliver the website by paper and include with that paper a setup to use a AI-powered software that can translate the blury picture of the 5-feet piece of paper containing the website and translate it to an actual website on your browser using machine-learning that uses how most websites look as a model.
I mean, we have it WAY too easy.
This is roughly how people learned to write "Basic" before the internet.
It's a magazine you would have subscribed to in order the hand write the program back out, you could make full games this way.
If anyone is wondering what a magazine is, it's a folding internet that goes out of date extremely quickly.
Back in those days, in order to download an app or a digital video you needed to write a letter with pen and paper to the creator and they mail a floppy disk back to you. Slowest API call ever.
Haha, amazing! We should always remember how things where, there is much to be learned.
The mail, it's UDP based, you might get it, eventually.
GWBASIC !!! When I was 6 years old I created a small addition substraction program on it. Still miss it
That must have helped with homework 🤫
"And because you're reading this comment, we're gonna assume you don't know what the internet is..."
(if you're confused, keep watching the video)
Good job Félix, Good job. 😂
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