Delightful Past

July 2nd, 2011 § 0 comments


We took our daughter to the newly renovated Comporium Telephone Museum in Rock Hill, South Carolina. I work for Comporium, and I am proud to be a part of a company that gives back to it’s community.

My children will not know a day were the only form of telecommunications was a corded phone or payphone. I grew up with touchtone and rotary phones, but now my children have cordless (barely) and cellular phones. Gone are the days of party lines and operators who knew what everyone was saying on the telephone.

One day my children will look back and reminisce about iPhones and iPads. As for photography, I am planning on taking them through a similar journey.

Not only am I going to put a camera in their hand, but I am going to pass on my knowledge of the film process. New technologies will emerge, but the knowledge does not have to fall by the wayside. I look forward to that day.

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