Boing Boing shares a three minutes and 25 seconds YouTube video showing children/kids from a school in Québec, Canada, in front of 1980s/80s and 1990s/90s generation technologies. They have to find what are those objects used for.
Once upon a time... vintage technologies: Cute French-speaking kids try to make sense of technology from the 1980s/80s.Submitted by ant on Sat, 01/08/2011 - 6:49pm. Art/Design | Audio | Communication | General Computing | Hardware | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Software | Technology | Videogame Console
This Dilbert comic strip makes fun of old farty workers like your overlordy
Vintage Computing and Gaming shares a fourteen pages/slides Technologizer article showing "Windows Oddities: 25 Years of Microsoftian Weirdness -- Contrary to popular belief, Windows is far from boring. Dig below the surface, and you'll discover a stranger side to the world's most popular operating system. It's filled with twisted homages, forgotten platforms, and dead ends. In a word, it's full of oddities.
Matt Chat -- Various interviews, reviews, gameplays, histories, etc. with various computer and video games.Submitted by ant on Thu, 11/18/2010 - 6:43am. Addon/Modification | Apple Games | Arcades | Art/Design | Audio | Communication | Development/Quality Assurance Testing | Hacking/Modification/Cracking | Hardware | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Non-Apple Computer Games | Online Games | Personal | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Software | Technology | Videogame Console | Work
Blacklily8's YouTube channel has many interviews, reviews, gameplays, histories, etc. in "Matt Chat"
FiringSquad shows a drawing showing first perspective shooter (FPS) map design, then and now.
Neatorama shares "Damn You, Autocorrect!" (has cussings and not safe for work (NSFW)) -- "If you have an iPhone, iPod, or iPad, you know how annoying the Auto Correct feature can be. It changes words without rhyme or reason, and if you're chatting with someone and hit 'send' too quickly, it can really make you look like an idiot.
Vintage Computing and Gaming shares a twenty pages PC World slide show showing "a brief history of computer displays. From blinking lights and punch cards to liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and third dimension (3D) flat panels, we trace the 70-year history of the tech/technology that users rely on to see what a computer is doing...