Staying with the Analog and Digital topics

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2012/03/21 02:06:51 (permalink)

Staying with the Analog and Digital topics

How about thinking of yourself in both an analog and a digital world?  I stumbled on this video during my "interview research."  Pretty cool!
 
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    bapu
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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 10:36:41 (permalink)
    In analog I'd be a Radio Shack cassette deck.




    In digital I'd be a high tech computer:


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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 10:58:00 (permalink)

    I enjoy using a StudioCat DAW.
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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 11:47:55 (permalink)
    I used to think I was in a Digital world because of the number of fingers I saw raised in my direction on a regular basis.

    I thought I lived in an Analog world based upon the tools used in my beatings.

    Now, I may be living in a Hallucinated world. 
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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 12:09:10 (permalink)


     I think there may be TOS limitations to some analog topics...

     
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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 13:58:42 (permalink)
     I dig digital ...I ...never mind

     
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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 14:38:34 (permalink)
    A Timex Sinclair!  Cool!  The one I used to toy with only had 1k of RAM (which we now know is everything).  The only other computer that had that little was the PET.  The Radio Shaft Trash-80 that I moved up to had a staggering 4k of RAM...

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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 14:39:58 (permalink)
    I had one, but without that expander pack.
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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 14:46:01 (permalink)




    Headscape


    Thrombold's Patented Brisk Weather Pantaloonettes with Inclementometer

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    Re:Staying with the Analog and Digital topics 2012/03/21 14:49:30 (permalink)
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    That's pretty analogue.


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