Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Today's entry ended up as a hodgepodge of pop culture history. We start off in the 1960s, when Richard Scarry's books were well-read and well-loved by kids. They're still well-read and well-loved, of course, they're just a little different these days. (The comments are great, too.)

Moving on to the 1980s, nearly every game you played at the arcade seems to be online now.

In the 1990s, there was RuPaul. Who knew there were so many different RuPaul dolls?

And nowadays, we have impromptu dance parties/protests at Wal-Marts (this is brilliant, and one of the very few reasons I'd go to a Wal-Mart these days) and DVDs may be made obsolete. Soon people will be spending more time transferring their media to different storage systems than they will actually watching or listening to said media.

Knitting will always be around, apparently. Now you can use the Random Stripe Generator to create patterns!

1 comment:

Bunny said...

>>Moving on to the 1980s, nearly every game you played at the arcade seems to be online now. <<

Did you ever know that you're my jukebox hero?

:P