Continuous improvement? Are you ready to continuously accepting change? Just read an interesting article on how we change the way we live until even our children can’t imagine that. Check it out below:
100 Things Your Kids May Never Know About
There are some things in this world that will never be forgotten, this week?s 40th anniversary of the moon landing for one. But Moore?s Law and our ever-increasing quest for simpler, smaller, faster and better widgets and thingamabobs will always ensure that some of the technology we grew up with will not be passed down the line to the next generation of geeks.
That is, of course, unless we tell them all about the good old days of modems and typewriters, slide rules and encyclopedias ?
- Inserting a VHS tape into a VCR to watch a movie or to record something.
- Super-8 movies and cine film of all kinds.
- Playing music on an audio tape using a personal stereo. See what happens when you give a Walkman to today?s teenager.
- The number of TV channels being a single digit. I remember it being a massive event when Britain got its fourth channel.
- Standard-definition, CRT TVs filling up half your living room.
- Rotary dial televisions with no remote control. You know, the ones where the kids were the remote control.
- High-speed dubbing.
- 8-track cartridges.
- Vinyl records. Even today?s DJs are going laptop or CD.
- Betamax tapes.