Why is it that Kodak never made the leap to higher quality cameras, particulaly DSLR's? Given all they know about cameras, lenses, and imaging, it always seemed odd that they never went that route.
Hollywood seems bent on keeping cassette tape alive - hardly a week goes by where some sit-com character is encouraged to create a "mix-tape" for the object of his/her affection.
More than one mention of tuntables/vinyl records is a bit redundant.
I don't think analog phones are dead - most of the people I know still have a land line at home with a regular phone plugged in. Certainly not a rotary-dial model, but not everyone lives by a cell phone.
You left out one of the most obvious tech changes: video tape (Beta, VHS - it doesn't matter). I haven't seen a movie on VHS in any store in years. Similar for camcorders that use tape as a storage medium.
Along with CRT monitors, how about CRT TV's? Also, rear-projection TV's. they've both been replaced by flat screens.
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