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Millennials Confused by Their Grandparents' Retro Gadgets

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My 7-year old calls a landline phone as a "Grammy phone" because that's what her grandmother owns. That phones could not always show cartoons and operate games makes her jaw drop open.

These millennials aren't that young, but they didn't grow up with rotary phones, cassette tape players, record players, and mechanical alarm clocks. Their grandparents, though, did. In this video from Elite Daily, the older folks teach their grandkids how to operate these sophisticated gadgets.

-via Huffington Post

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The camera on the phone still can make the 'shutter' sound when you take a picture. What's odd is the idea that the camera is always 'taking a picture'. When click the button, you are telling the camera to 'capture' that particular frame to memory.
I do not miss the experiences of running out of film and the time it took to get my film processed.
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