I was born in the fifties so I guess that qualifies me as part of the Baby Boomer generation. I’d rather not be part of what I consider as the most destructive modern-era generation of self-involved human beings the planet has ever seen. But, I had no choice as to when I was born. I’m fond of saying that the ONLY good thing to come out of the sixties was some decent rock ‘n’ roll and, sadly, I stand by that statement. Okay, the Civil Rights movement was a good thing, too.
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The Evolution of Technology: Vinyl Records
The Record Store and Vinyl Records AKA Bruce’s Guide to the Evolution of Technology and His Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby*
With Guest Co-Author, Professor David E. Weber
The Evolution of Technology series continues with the record store and vinyl records, aka lps, records. Going to the record store now seems such a quaint memory, sort of like the Beav going to the soda fountain. But, vinyl records and record stores were a big part of our lives back in the day!