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cipheramnesia:

enrique262:

pulmosan:

enrique262:

I don’t know which I find weirder. 

Old home computers with integrated cassette players for data storage. 

Or boomboxes with floppy disk drives for music play.

What do you think of the Sony Mavica? Camera that takes 3.5 inch floppies

Fuck, I forgot about that!

But let me counter with vinyl disks used for video playback!

Humans will see anything and be like hey can we put some information on that, and then not wait for an answer.

Wow. I am old enough to remember 5.5" floppies, but storing data on cassettes?! I remember how tangled my music tapes used to get. Can’t imagine storing important data on them D:

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onyomugan3:ジェニファー・コネリー1987年

onyomugan3:

ジェニファー・コネリー

1987年


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Sega System 16, Sega Model 1, Sega Model 2, Sega Model 3, Sega NAOMI, Sega NAOMI GD-ROM, Triforce, AtomisWave, and NU.


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Wii + Internet (USA)

“There’s no better way to preserve memories than in motion pictures” (1941)

“There’s no better way to preserve memories than in motion pictures” (1941)


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