News:It's somewhat hard to believe, but Sony's iconic and downright legendary Walkman turned 30 this year.
Has it really been that long? I ran a 10k with a Walkman playing Boston years ago!
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Ha Ha! I used to love my walkman. Used to get in trouble at school for having it. I would string the cord up my sleeve and were my hood up on my hoodie.
I read this article by chance on the BBC website. It's interesting how technology was a while back and how people cope with the old stuff now.
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