Where to watch or listen to it. Then watch as your money and credit cards leave your wallet to head straight for the nearest Apple Store — on your phone, iPad, desktop or storefront in the real world, and hand themselves over in exchange for the newest magical gadget.
Since I’ve been participating in a music challenge this month featuring mostly older music, I thought I’d share another relic of our musical past.
This phonograph now sits in the Sunbury Plantation House and Museum. When I saw it, I imagined the more “modern” young adults dancing and loving the equipment, while their parents and grandparents sighed heavily rolling their eyes at the new technology. I even imagined spirited debates about the music coming from such an item being the downfall of society, maybe even the world.
Isn’t that always how it is whenever new technology disrupts the norm?
Check out other relics at The Daily Post.
I’m halfway through the 30-Day Music Challenge. If you like music, follow along to the end or check out the previous 15 days here.