Adjusting rabbit ears for a less snowy picture.
Hopping you have enough change in your pocket to finish your call.
Signing on and hearing "you've got mail".
Lugging your video recorder on your shoulder.
Searching Library index cards for your book locations.
Searching through heavy encyclopedias for homework and research.
Dropping off film and waiting for days to get your pictures back.
Getting your book stamped at the Library.
Searching un-refoldable paper maps.
Waiting up to a year for your favorite movie to be released for your home collection.
Looking up movie times at the local theater.
The joy of playing one of the few new games in their infancy.
Dialing phone numbers and waiting through all the clicking of the rotary phones was the worst.
Early projectors and endless note taking.
Recording your favorite songs off the radio and trying to cut out the DJ intro's and outro's.
Recording television programs and events hopping your friends wouldn't spoil the endings before you watched it
TV Guide with all the new shows for the week listed
We knew it was going to be fun-time in class when you saw this enter the classroom.
A stereoscopic 3D toy that made still images come to life.
Portable personal audio with a short battery life and skipping and eating your tapes on occasion.
Early fun art program.
The top starlets and our childhood crushes.