Old tech calls out to youngest generations

Old tech calls out to youngest generations

Photo provided by ROBERT CAMACHO
FSU student Robert Camacho's music-making tools include a 1970s-era stereo system and plenty of vinyl. With the old stereo, he can blend and mix sounds to create new sounds.
FSU student Robert Camacho’s music-making tools include a 1970s-era stereo system and plenty of vinyl. With the old stereo, he can blend and mix sounds to create new sounds.

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Manual typewriters can be found cheaply at flea markets and thrift stores.
Manual typewriters can be found cheaply at flea markets and thrift stores.

Photo by JOHN MOLA
FSU student John Mola prefers
FSU student John Mola prefers “old school” technology over many new gadgets and appliances. This Coffeematic coffee maker was a wedding gift when his parents got married 30 years ago. It never breaks, he says, unlike new coffee pots.

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Rotary telephones are gaining in popularity since they aren't as much work, and even cheaper to buy and repair.
Rotary telephones are gaining in popularity since they aren’t as much work, and even cheaper to buy and repair.

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~ by lprevival on February 7, 2010.

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