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#156 - Crispin (07/09/2012) [-]
1920's TV more like this.

That one you have looks like a 60's..

Trust me I still have on in my attic.
#199 to #156 - jgblax (07/09/2012) [-]
Thanks for sharing the picture, that's really cool. I didn't do much research into the validity of the picture I included for the 1920's, i just search "1920's TV" on google images :P
User avatar #166 to #156 - ghio (07/09/2012) [-]
well then...
#155 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
because of this
very scary isn't it
User avatar #154 - mrsteamer (07/09/2012) [-]
did anyone see dolan?
#180 to #154 - jgblax (07/09/2012) [-]
I did :D then again I made it...
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User avatar #137 - kouzan (07/09/2012) [-]
I want those old radios.
User avatar #158 to #137 - gamechap (07/09/2012) [-]
I tell you, you can't want something old with sentimental value without being called a hipster. I would get one if I were you though.
#140 to #137 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
User avatar #141 to #140 - kouzan (07/09/2012) [-]
Am I a hipster for wanting something old and that works? Those old radios are surprisingly expensive and hand-crafted, which I would like for my bedroom instead of my blasted piece of plastic that beeps constantly.
User avatar #143 to #141 - Vynce (07/09/2012) [-]
Plus there's the fact that they look awesome.
User avatar #144 to #143 - kouzan (07/09/2012) [-]
#135 - cyannat (07/09/2012) [-]
I'm using the same laptop. 0.o Oh well, I got it for 5 bucks from a rummage sale.
#131 - XxbobbyfinxX (07/09/2012) [-]

Funnyjunk, 500 channels, but nothing funny.

Just kidding this was awesome.
#130 - snoot (07/09/2012) [-]
Please tell me yall saw the dolan on the 1940's radio.
#127 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
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User avatar #122 - mablemoox (07/09/2012) [-]
tv's werent sold til after ww2
User avatar #125 to #122 - annoyingsmartguy (07/09/2012) [-]
Not true. They started mass producing and selling them prior to WWII, but suspended production during the war.
#121 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
2007 called, they want their laptop back..
#124 to #121 - asdasdzxczxc (07/09/2012) [-]
You know, in the chart, the first computer was made 72 years ago, so I woudn't mind consider a 5 years old laptop from "today".
User avatar #117 - johnlemon (07/09/2012) [-]
"today, radio stations feature songs"

Good job OP, radio has only been doing that since the 40's!
#183 to #117 - jgblax (07/09/2012) [-]
The point of that was to show that in the early days of the radio, broadcasts featured news and was also used by the government for important messages to the public. Today, radio stations have talk shows and are more for entertainment than information.
#128 to #117 - Metallicock (07/09/2012) [-]
uncomprehensible noises maybe, but actual music? Not a chance    
MFW "music" today

uncomprehensible noises maybe, but actual music? Not a chance

MFW "music" today
#133 to #128 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
**** music today
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#138 to #110 - bulbakip (07/09/2012) [-]
I think it will be a balance between robots that can kill us once in a while ( like geth) and robots that are awesome like these the rest of the time.

The future is going to be intense and awesome.
User avatar #145 to #138 - slandersalamander (07/09/2012) [-]
Did you play ME3? The Geth were in the right.
User avatar #146 to #145 - bulbakip (07/09/2012) [-]
Yes but i have not finished it....
User avatar #147 to #146 - slandersalamander (07/09/2012) [-]
Have you gotten to the Geth/Quarian conflict part yet?
User avatar #148 to #147 - bulbakip (07/09/2012) [-]
mmmmmmm nope haha. no spoilers!
User avatar #151 to #148 - slandersalamander (07/09/2012) [-]
Well, the Geth certainly aren't evil.
User avatar #152 to #151 - bulbakip (07/09/2012) [-]
yep. even robots have factions with different opinions!
User avatar #153 to #152 - slandersalamander (07/09/2012) [-]
By the way, if you don't side with the Geth, you're a bastard.
#106 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
OP must fail royally if you don't know how to get a printer to work. Easiest **** ever to set up. Not to mention you need to refill the cartridges for the paint.
#103 - yunablade (07/09/2012) [-]
"Fifteen hundred years ago everybody knew the Earth was the center of the universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew the Earth was flat, and fifteen minutes ago, you knew that humans were alone on this planet. Imagine what you'll know tomorrow. "
#102 - fractalius (07/09/2012) [-]
I don't know exactly how computers work very well, so I am going to ask.
Instead of making a processor the size of a penny, why not use like one processor with the same power, but the size of like a deck of cards. Wouldn't that be really powerful?
#104 to #102 - telfyr (07/09/2012) [-]
if it was the same power wouldn't that mean it would be the same power?
#107 to #104 - fractalius (07/09/2012) [-]
I mean same power per square inch of the processor
#113 to #107 - telfyr (07/09/2012) [-]
wouldn't that be really expensive? intel made extremely powerful processors (4 ghz+) to try to get ahead of the rising demand. how ever demand leveled out and their competition (AMD) making much cheaper CPU's. So a large powerful processor that is over powered would be overpriced, and would not sell well.
#118 to #113 - fractalius (07/09/2012) [-]
Oh okay, I was just wondering. Maybe thats where processors will go after some time
#123 to #118 - telfyr (07/09/2012) [-]
Quite likely, with current graphics reaching the holographic state (some claim to be able to have it by the end of the year, they are just full of themselves and a decade is more likely) we may soon need cpu's several times stronger than the current rate.
This is just a prediction for the next decade, but i can promise you the standard will atm least double in the next 10 years.
#162 to #123 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
I forget his name, but the person who created the first integrated circuit, in his patent? paper, said that he reckoned that the number of transistors on a chip would double every 10 years, or for some period of time (correct me, please, someone) and that chip designers now look at that as a 'law' and design chips around that prediction, so, surely, it would be kinda easy for you to tell how much more powerful processors will get in the future? I know it's not an exact thing, but you should still be able to get an idea, right?
#170 to #162 - telfyr (07/09/2012) [-]
i completely forgot about that principle, moores (no idea how its spelled) law states that computing power potentially doubles every 18th month. this does not exactly apply to the standard for home computers as they still need to affordable while being able to do what they need to do, making it not very smart business wise to invest where there's no demand
#171 to #170 - telfyr (07/09/2012) [-]
what do you know, i actually spelled Moore correctly (excluding punctuation)
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User avatar #95 - thebritishguy (07/09/2012) [-]
I don't know why they don't make a phone that can go around are wrist that would be quality, it wouldn't break or get lost, you could take calls quicker, and it would just be awesome!
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