Brenden Chilcutt is a pretty clever guy. He's decided to start a website named the Museum of Endangered Sounds. The goal of this site is to catalogue as many sounds created by old technology, such as AOL logging onto the interwebs via a dial-up modem, and the starting chime of Windows 95. Along with the original GameBoy and a 3.5" floppy drive.
For me, and I'm sure for many others, this is a trip down memory lane. A lane where things where more analog then digital and the digital dawn was upon us like the hounds of hell at our heels. Visit this site and keep it alive, so we don't forget the sounds of our youth. Let's keep the sounds alive so future generations can hear what the technology of our past sounded like. Let them know it wasn't all whisper quiet; that there were buttons that clicked and plastic that creaked and moaned and conducted static electricity when you turned on your computer; let them know what the world sounded like before the complete digital dawn.
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