Re: Which generation are you?
Y here. 1991.
With what iPat said a few posts back, I remember a lot of the digital revolution. However, my family stuck with analog for so long. We didn't buy our first DVD player till around 2003, though my PC at the time had a DVD-ROM drive (which was never used.) I actually like the old VHS players, I loved working on them and I still have a collection of parts from them. I also still have a nice collection of VHS tapes, I'd say around 150. Right behind me in my room is an old CRT radio that still works wonders. Turn the baby on during a nice clear night and you can hear radio from China all the way from the east coast, USA. Its nice. I also didn't get an LCD monitor until my 16th birthday if I remember correctly. I also didn't get a digital camera until about 2 years ago. Up until then, I either used disposable ones or an old Polaroid that used Polaroid 600 photo cartridges.. Good times.
All in all, I welcome the digital revolution, but I would like to preserve the analog technology.
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