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Watch: “Computer Show,” a funny show about the internet, set in the Apple II era

By Dan Frommer
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

Here’s something you didn’t know you needed yesterday: Computer Show, a new online show about technology and the internet, imagined as a VHS-era talk show.

The throwback hosts interview contemporary internet entrepreneurs, with some time-travel confusion. The first episodes feature Lumi, a company that prints onto fabric, and Reddit. It’s funny and sarcastic without being too over-the-top, presented in gorgeous lo-fi.

The show was created and produced by Sandwich Video, a Los Angeles-based company that mostly makes commercial videos for tech startups.

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