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Gallery of Past Tech (and Other) Advertising

January 9th, 2010 01:46 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

theodp writes “The Vintage Ad Browser takes you back to the days when Google conjured up images of Barney Google (1948). When the hip music player was a Walkman (1982). When Osborne meant state-of-the-art in computing (1982). When Big Picture TV meant 12″ (1948). When compact camera referred to a Pocket Instamatic (1972). And when wireless meant getting phone calls 300 feet from the house (1982).”

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