this post is just a fun side project I did a few days ago, I take some photos to things around me, and I make a video about it as a "behind the scenes" and publish it to youtube, so enjoy the little story
When I was in elementary school, part of our class is to bring a floppy disk to use in the school computer as a "since activity class."
It's this black square-shaped thingy that can store (at that time it was a lot) some files and folders, and make it "easy" to transfer the data from pc to another.
BTW, most of these disks are full of songs, and I wish if I can find a desk reader to see what the older version of me was listing to 😅
I just moved to a small-town school, so no one else even knows about the heck is these things, I was the only nerd who has, not one or two, but more than a dozen off floppy disks.
I had lots of games and some apps; it was one of my joyful things to own.
I was spending all the time playing different games, and the sound of switching between them, and pull one out of the computer and push another was, ahh amazing.
Begin alone was the thing that makes me proceed to learn more and more about computer stuff. I was a lonely boy, no friends, nobody, so the joy the computer brings to me was everything I want.
Back to the store :), storage units become more and more reliable and increased in size and shapes, and so many choices.
Now, it's in the size of your nail, inside your phone, or smaller than a thump in your bucket.
how tech change over time is a crazy thing For me, it's always fun to look back to stuff that's were a massive part of our life, who knows what the future will bring to us