Over the years, I’ve discovered some fabulous online photo archives. Among my favorites are those that feature scanned images from the last four decades of the 20th Century. I especially love the ones filled with high-quality images of Gen-X. Great pictures of Gen-Xers in childhood and youth can be pretty hard to come by. My […]
“. . . the late 1970s suburbia . . . young kids full of angst and hormones – what are they to do? I’ll give you a hint – it WASN’T bowling. Roller skating yes, bowling NO. Bowling was for the old man, not the young kid.” In September 2010, a woman born in either 1964 […]
Garry Hudson with the Daisy Media Group, a UK-based company, has created an infographic that highlights the history of the telephone and explores why younger generations shy away from it. To what do you attribute to the demise of the landline?
And those of us with ravaged faces Lacking in the social graces Desperately remained at home Inventing lovers on the phone –From Janis Ian and At Seventeen Did you know that more than 60 percent of Americans have given up their landline phones? In fact, nearly 25 percent of Gen Xers, 13 percent of Boomers […]