The Telegraph recently featured a list of fifty things that are being destroyed by the internet. The article is hardly surprising given the massive shifts the internet brings to society, but it does raise a debate about what will be missed from a bygone era and what will be rightly forgotten.

The Telegraph recently featured a list of fifty things that are being destroyed by the Internet.  The article is hardly surprising given the massive shifts the Internet brings to society, but it does raise a debate about what will be missed from a bygone era and what will be rightly forgotten.

The list covers the lost art of polite disagreement, various cumbersome fact checking situations and the blackout of news during holidays.  The full list, like the Internet itself, is steeped in disagreements as evidenced by the lengthy comment section, but it's definitely worth a read through.  Here are five examples from the Telegraph's project,

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