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Yes, I know I’ve talked about time machines before and that turned out to be a rubbish post about digital radio’s, but this is better.
OK, so ‘better’ might be a bit of an over-statement, but it’s certainly got more cred in being a time machine than listening to TalkSport.
What am I going on about?
A brilliant – and entertaining – experiment on how technology has affected family dynamics.
I know … I know … tech has had a profound way on how we live, but as I’ve always said, for every positive, there is a dark side – regardless how much we like to dismiss it – and while I most certainly wouldn’t like to go back to the lack of comfort gadgets I enjoy today [which recently has been supplemented with this. Don’t ask. Just don’t ask.], the simplicity of maintaining family closeness is something I think we could all do with a little more of because as I wrote a while back, that’s something even Skype can’t quite pull off.
Anyway, as I know the majority of people who stupidly come to this blog work in advertising, I know you’ll have more than enough time to watch each hour long episode of how we lived – and how technology changed that – in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, so with that, sit back and enjoy but as you watch in amazement, please remember the following:
1. This is basically the story of my life, except that in terms of fashion, shoes & music, I haven’t moved on from the 70’s.
3. If you were born in the 90’s, you really shouldn’t be on this blog.
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