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  • Hannah Kim

    This is great. In a society of instant gratification it's difficult to find "authenticity"- which is what makes it increasingly valuable and sought after. I recently got a lomography camera and I'm excited to use film for the first time in years! It's exciting to take photos without being able to look at them or delete them an instant after... Though disconcerting, it's intriguing that there is no instant gratification.

  • billiespyder

    I have been converting from cassette tape to digital now for 2 years. i have 5 cassette suitcases full of song ideas, demo songs dating back to the late 70s and the task is daunting, to say the least. Really enjoyed this article, Ann! And yes, I miss my turntable terribly! The quality of MP3s is disgraceful, at best. Even AIFF files and such leave me wanting. Sad...I heard of a study in the U.K. in mental institutions that patients were more agitated when exposed to the sounds of a CD, as opposed to an analog recording. It Does not surprise me. By the way, my mother's maiden name is Mack. All the best and keep on, keepin' on!.....M (