Technology – Past vs Present

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Does one actually miss having a type writer, VHS, black and white TV, battery radios, lomography, and sending out postcards or having a Nokia 3310 which looks like a “coffin” because its so big and heavy. Well, technology has changed the way we live by making it more convenient for us. Now we have TV’s that in HD, laptops/tablets , android phones that has a camera which takes megapixels. I don’t think people would want to use the technology from the past, because they wont be satisfied with the results they get and it will be out-of-date.
If you check out some antique shops one can discover and learn what the Generation Y had and educate the Generation X and show them what the technology in the past looked like. Some people still keep their old school techno gadgets to use for decorating purpose in their shops, or their houses before it comes obsolete. I found some shops selling lomography which is still in and hip to the youngsters, but it also high maintenance to keep.

The future of technology, is going to have an impact and influence people with their way of living. It would be interesting to see what the future has in-store. What would you like to see happen in the future?

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2 thoughts on “Technology – Past vs Present

  1. So a little about myself. I grew up around computers. My grandfather taught me the basics of hardware, software, and self building. As an ’87 baby, the 90’s will always be that golden decade. I have always been a casual gamer bouncing back and forth between PC gaming and console gaming. The first games I remember playing were Hugo’s House of Horrors and Paper boy. Unfortunately, moving around and having to meet new people pulled me away from my technical/computer background.

  2. Hi, Amira thanks so much for your comment, look forward to hearing more about your stories, it’s definitely an eye-opener.
    Also catch us on Facebook and Twitter.

    Thanks

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