1980? Try 1935!

>David Schor wrote: 
>And for those of us who became legal before 1980:
>* Using a dial on telephones without redial or answering machines - Try
>to reach someone without your finger falling off.
>* Write a school project by HAND, making sure there were no crossouts or
>other unsightly stain on the sheet of paper - otherwise, we had to write
>the page over. Later, we could type, using white-out sheets to type over
>* Doing calculations such as square roots on paper, without a
>calculator. I remember the first time my 8th grade math teacher showing
>us a "state-of-the-art" calculator with square root and trigonometric
>functions. We were awed by the speed of the calculations while we slaved
>for away for several minutes to solve each problem.
>* To do well in baseball, you had to do it with your natural physique.
>I can go on and on but I've got to get back to work.
>David Schor
>Technical Communication Manager
>Emblaze-VCON Ltd.
>Tel: (+972) 9 7627820
>Mobile: 054 4788253
>davids at emblaze-vcon.com
>Visit us at the Wainhouse Research European Forum
>Berlin, 19-21 April, 2006 
Keith L. Smyth
Smyth Consulting
"You can safely assume that you've created God in
your own image when it turns out God hates all the
same people that you do" -(Unknown)
Technical Documentation Consultant

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