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Category:Science & Technology, Classic TV Clips
Tags:70s, cable, tubes, The Decline of Western Civilization, privacy
Submitted:Old_Zircon
Date:01/12/18
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Rangoon
Jesus, how awful. What's next? TV on your computer?
boner
One day, you might even be able to watch two young long-haired men sitting on their couch, just partying on.
Boomer The Dog
Frog baseball? I just saw an old episode of Liquid TV with what might be the first Beavis and Butthead, and it had Dogboy #1, anyone remember Dogboy, another fine use for cable TV.

I'm glad they weren't too grandiose on this report, lots of times when a new and life changing technology has just come out, most of the grand talk is how great it will be for the culture.

With home computers, we'd all have access to museums and the full contents of the Library Of Congress, and with radio it was access to operas and symphonies, the world's greatest concerts beamed throughout the countryside, and it was all about man helping man, utopian.

For this being 1972, I liked how computers were hooked up to the system in several ways. In two way TV, in Pittsburgh there was a two-way TV system called Qube, and that might have been 1980, so it took a while.

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