Some of us are older than some others of us ...
What was your first internets experience? I have two, depending on the definition:
When I was at YSU in the late '80s, students could go over to Meshel Hall and flip through a binder of printouts of available programs. If there was a program you wanted, you could bring in a floppy, leave it there, and retrieve it a day or so later after they had downloaded it. I got "The Golden Wombat of Destiny" (text adventure game) that way.
My first personal experience was in grad school here in Kansas. On the university net with a 2400 baud modem, I was first able to connect to the library at the University of Illinois. The establishment of that first connection was pure ecstasy. Imagine! Sitting in the privacy of my dorm room on my new Packard Bell PC (recently bought from Wal-Mart) and browsing the stacks of a university hundreds of miles away! Revelatory!