Technology of the 90s

16 Apr

If you never had a cassette player or a walkman, if you didn’t adjust your TV’s reception with a Yaggi antenna; if you never watched movies on the VCR or play games on Atari or SEGA; and if you never played the brick game then you were never born. And there used to be a time when 1.44 MB of a floppy disk used to be enough and people transferred data through them. A toast to these extinct technologies without which mankind would never have made the advances it has made.

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2 Responses to “Technology of the 90s”

  1. Hammad April 16, 2013 at 4:08 pm #

    brick games FTW

  2. Hussam April 16, 2013 at 4:11 pm #

    Good times they were.

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