When I was a kid we had audio/visual.
Movies and documentaries.
Us kids loved them.
World War Two stuff and post WWII.
Reel to Reel Stuff on Lighting Projectors.
The movies in flat tins on cellulose film..
We would have bomb drills and hide under our desks to practice in case of a nuclear attack from Russia.
The Soviet Union.
I think we got to see a movie or "Short" of some sort several times a week in school.
Television was just coming into being.
I was born in April of 1945.
We would line up at the movie theaters downtown.
Dad worked for Boeings Aircraft.
Elvis started making movies and we went to see them.
"Love Me Tender" "Jail House Rock" "Blue Hawaii"..
Leap to today in 2016..
I'll be 71 years old next week.
The age of digital communication has arrived with these smartphones which are computers with cameras and with unlimited internet access and unlimited high speed wireless data on these new iPhones and AT&T.
My granddaughters and their friends have brand new 128 Gigabyte iPhone 6s Plus with AT&T Unlimited High Speed Data bought for them by me.
The entire internet is available to them 24/7 - 365 days throughout the year.
They also have their own filming and editing studio capability with iMovie and Garageband and other App Store Software Programs on their iPhones.
State of the art.
Computers and cameras and the World Wide Web.
The best that I could do and the best that I could be..