I Was Born Analog But Live In A Digital World – OHS099

I was born and raised in a time when computers were not such a huge part of our culture and lifestyle. I like to say I was born analog. But currently, I live in a digital world. Most of my adult life has been spent on a computer, specifically an Apple computer. I have earned most of my money as a professional artist as a graphic designer and illustrator. Or as I like to say, “as a digital sculptor”. I have been using a Macintosh computer as a professional for over twenty three years. Way back in 1982 or 1983 my parents started it all when they brought home a Commodore 64 computer. I guess I have never really looked back. However, before that most special day I lived “analog.” I listened to vinyl records, 8-tracks, and cassette tapes. I spent most of my childhood playing outside, riding my bicycle, and playing baseball. It is funny to realize I have watched the better part of the digital revolution unfold right before my eyes. This podcast is about being born analog but living in a digital world.

Show Notes:

  • I was born in 1968 and long before the digital revolution took hold of our lives.
  • Growing up with vinyl records, cassette tapes, and playing outside has great qualities.
  • My first computer was a Commodore 64.
  • I started using Apple computers in 1987 and never looked back.
  • I have been making a living as an artist with Apple Computers for the past 23 years. 

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