Though it’s only been a relatively short period of time, huge advances in Internet-use have actually occurred. According to Keith Wagstaf at NBC News: “In 1995, 42 percent of Americans had never heard of the Internet. Of the 14 percent of Americans who had Internet access, only 2 percent were using the top-of-line modems that reached the then-blazing speeds of 28.8 bytes per second.” As you can imagine most 18-to-29-year-olds today find it hard to imagine life without their smart phones, especially since 97 percent of them use it now. For most, the creation of the Internet has been the coolest thing since sliced bread, but there are some of us that miss being unplugged from it all and living life in quirkier and less-tech ways. Here are 20 things about how technology has changed our lives, and what we really miss about life before the Internet.