Fairytales – The Blog

I listened to a podcast recently where the author of Revenge of the Analog, David Sax, was interviewed. It got me thinking about how much has changed over the last 15 years, not just in how we capture our memories, but in the way we communicate, listen to music, read and work. We rely so much now on digital ways of doing things, but do you sometimes miss the analog days? Do digital methods increase or efficiency and solve problems or do they create more problems and distractions?

Recently I saw this image and it prompted me to think how readily old photos highlight the differences in the way we go about our daily lives. Also to ponder if the changes have been improvements or if things really were better ‘back in the day’.

Lady with shopping on a Sydney suburban electric train in 1960

Photo: David Moore Source: David Moore Photography

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