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
>errors.
>
>* 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
> 
>www.emblaze-vcon.com
>
>Visit us at the Wainhouse Research European Forum
>Berlin, 19-21 April, 2006 
>
>  
>
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President
Smyth Consulting
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