Evolution of Home Audio

In the past 100 years we've gone from music-boxes and player pianos to cell phones that hold thousands of songs... from conical amplifiers to bone conduction headphones... You don't know where you're going until you see where you've been so here's the Evolution of Home Audio at WebUrbanist:

There’s no geek like an audio geek - sorry, “audiophile”. So-called sound aficionados were pushing the envelope of obsessiveness long before the rise of computers, gaming and all things Trek. Let’s look at 10 ways geeks got their grooves back - and where we go from ear.


From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by JKirchartz.

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Also, I am drunk. I had a post-paper cocktail or two, and I am imperfect. I meant that grammar and punctuation are on my mind, and I offered a minimal punctuation correction.

For weeks now, the office of my college newspaper had a display which boasted the words "Adherring to the Finest Publication Standards". I didn't want to be the officious jerk, so I left it, but yesterday I broke down and told them. Ad Herring?

PS: quotation marks outside period and comma, or inside? I never get it right.
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I just had to submit a paper, so grammar is on my mind. May I offer a correction? Instead of "You don’t know where your going" it ought to read, "You don't know where you're going".
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