Future Hipsters Remember the Golden Years of the Internet

A hilarious promotional viral video for Social Media Week imagines millennials as senior citizens in the year 2062 as they remember their glory days.

A hilarious promotional viral video for Social Media Week imagines millennials as senior citizens in the year 2062 as they remember their glory days. One grandfather in aviator sunglasses (sans lenses) remembers, "you could get away with anything in those days. I built an app that did absolutely nothing!" The video was directed by David Quinn for Sons and Daughters.

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