Topic: Vintage Ads

http://www.itworld.com/print/83351

Warning: A few of them are rather offensive towards women.

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Absolutely brilliant - who would have thought a computer could ever fit in your pocket?  A whole 16 bits?  I love the 'compact, mobile, low in cost' Royal Precision - it's the size of a small car!

the trouble with our times is that the future is not what it used to be

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http://www.itworld.com/sites/default/files/u45/24-pitney-bowes-postage-meter.jpg

Righto.... lol

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And what is that postage meter, really??!

AFGHANISTAN 2009
I walk through the dry hills
I hold the little girl's hand
I wrestle the wildfire
I share the pain
Because if not I, who? If not now, when?

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Don't let the title mislead you, this book has LOADS of period ads of the type we all love smile

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Sabrina appears to be showcasing a completely different kind of technology big_smile

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Col. Adrianna Hazard wrote:

Sabrina appears to be showcasing a completely different kind of technology big_smile

Yeah, that one made me laugh out re: her 'projection equipment'. Good luck trying to get away with that kind of thing nowadays.

Also, I wish that 'whizz-bang' type thing happened every time I tried to send an e-mail; it'd sure liven up the office a bunch.

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Taschen recently published a whole book full of them.
20the century fashion ads smile

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And there's more... Man, those guys were really sensitive:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/jellokitty … t-1476696/

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light refreshment for the holidays, vintage ad in Christmas style