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Museum Of Obsolete Objects: Watch Short Clips On Obsolete Technology Share
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Over the past few years, developments in technology have been more rapid than perhaps anything else. Our daily lives have become more and more digital as old objects, gadgets and devices are replaced with modern ones. With all these changes happening around us, there is a possibility that future generations might not ever get to know about these obsolete items. Museum of Obsolete Objects is a web app that ensures these objects are not lost forever. It is a YouTube channel created by Jung von Matt, and comes with a very interactive interface, which displays a timeline of objects with informative clips about them.

Slide the timeline, pick an object and start watching videos. The channel lets you learn about different objects, such as fax machine, pocket calculator, typewriter, floppy disk and several others. Under the timeline, you will also be able to find Channel Comments and Profile. You can suggest new objects through the channel’s comments section.

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After watching a particular video, you can click Previous or Next in order navigate between videos. Each video starts with details about the year the object was invented in, and when it became obsolete. Furthermore, you can also share the video on popular social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

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This web app is completely free, and does not require any sign up. Museum Of Obsolete Objects offers an interactive environment that lets you watch interesting clips, either to learn how technology progressed or merely for sake of nostalgia. Visit it at the link below.

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