Descending 400 meters in three kilometres during the '70s riding a bike made in 1941 sure seemed like a blast.
Today in 'Old People Hating On New Technology': the New York Times once worried we'd lose our vocal cords because Edison invented the phonograph.
Before the smart watch, before the Game Boy, it was the humble wrist watch lowering out attention spans.
Signed, sealed, delivered and playable on a phonograph.
A documentary about the only musical instrument brought to you by the makers of Barbie.
These photos of workplaces from Melbourne's west could be from the '80s. Warren Kirk took them just last year.
Laughing gas was serious business to Georgian-era science. Just ask Humphry Davy, the 18th Century scientist who inhaled the stuff like it was oxygen.
The best way to build your own sloop is the same it was during the Carter administration.
Hyper-obscure musical subgenres aren't just for this millennium, you know.
Apart from having to take the next day off work, that is.
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