1993…What kind of year was it for you.

18 06 2008

In the June 2008 “15 Year Anniversary” edition of Wired, Adam Rogers paints a story through an elaborate diagram illustrating technologies, discoveries, and inventions that would lead to the world we live in today.  Interestingly, the lines he draws map through a matrix (looking much like the Underground map in London) of necessary failures, personal touches, key discoveries, early potents, and stage setters.

If you see one laying around jump to page 166 for the two page spread.  It’s was like traveling down nostalgia road for me…but the enlightenment was in how much digital groundwork that would become foundations for where we are today.  So, how was 1993 for you? 



One response

19 06 2008

1993 was the year i graduated high school and also the year i got my first “dream job” working at musicland in the mall. it was the year of “i will always love you” and “nuthin but a g thang”. the cheers series came to an end, eric clapton swept the grammy’s and gas was about $1.25 a gallon. those were the days. bow wow wow yippy yo yippy yay.

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