As someone born and raised in the 70’s and 80’s, let’s face it – this generation, commonly known as “Generation X,” has lived through a revolution. While the previous generation saw the invention of both radio and television, Gen X was really about the explosion of technology in ways no one had ever seen it before. Those of us who grew up during that time still recall being astounded by the home version of Pong; mesmerized by the launch of MTV – someone’s ‘crazy’ idea to create a television station that played music videos 24 hours a day, seven days a week (remember when they actually played music?); and absolutely blown away when the Commodore 64 was released – with over 1 MHz of raw processing power (yes, today’s processors have around 30 Ghz, but back then 1 MHz was virtually unheard of).
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