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A Google doodle from earlier this year commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Silent Parade, during which almost 10,000 African-Americans marched in New York City to protest violence against African-Americans. Google hide caption

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Listen: 'Web Site Story,' NPR's Musical About The Internet — From 1999

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We asked you to send in your embarrassing instant messenger handles from days gone by. Thanks for sharing, Blondsoccerplyr, AgentGiggleChunk and absofsteel3616! iStockphoto hide caption

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What's More Embarrassing Than That Old Screen Name? Sharing It

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Take a break from catching up on social media and emails — even if it's only for a few days. iStockphoto hide caption

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Digital Detox, Step 1: Step Away From The Phone

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Doge At 'Dega: Dogecoin Sponsors Race Car

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Ahhh, the good old days ... before the treacherous pitfalls of "reply all." NPR hide caption

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If We'd Only Known About The Impending Spam

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Musician Mickey Hart in a cap that collects electrical activity in his brain. Tamarind Jones/Courtesy of Nvidia hide caption

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Artist's concept of NASA's Voyager spacecraft. For 35 years, the probes have been beaming images and information back to Earth via a 23-watt transmitter. NASA/JPL-Caltech hide caption

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"We got the number of the Vatican and called the pope," Steve Jobs says of the first project he worked on with Steve Wozniak. Later, the two founded Apple Computer. hide caption

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