Just as the Super Bowl turns 50 this year, so will I. I remember eight track tapes, Betamax versus VHS, Bobby Riggs, and Bozo the Clown. I grew up with Captain Kangaroo, Mr. Green Jeans, The Electric Company, Schoolhouse Rock, and After School Specials.
Video games were bouncing pixels also called Pong and then Space Invaders. Adventure and other word based role player games lacked graphics but were abundant in imagination. My first computer was an Atari 800. Floppy disks amazed me when I no longer had to search for my data on inefficient cassettes I remember when water and air were both cleaner and free. Times really do change.
I never thought 50 to be “old”, and still don’t.
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