Boomers often recall the days when vinyl records were the primary source of musical entertainment.
They talk about how they would carefully turn the dial and wait for it to go back to its original position while talking to friends and family.
The distinctive sound of a film camera's shutter click takes baby boomers back to a time when they had to think carefully about how to capture a moment.
Boomers have happy memories of getting together around a big CRT TV and adjusting the rabbit-ear antennas to get the best signal.
They remember how satisfying it was to hit each key just right and how clear the sound was when the carriage came back at the end of a line.
Boomers remember happily when they could store their most important files on floppy disks. These colorful magnetic disks stood for mobility and ease of use.
In an age before the internet, boomers relied on encyclopedias as a comprehensive source of knowledge.
Boomers remember how exciting it was to gather around a projector screen and watch as one family picture after another was shown on it.
The bulky, cathode-ray tube (CRT) televisions hold a special place in the hearts of boomers.
Boomers recall the days when fax machines were the go-to method for sending important documents quickly.
Boomers feel nostalgic when they think about renting VHS tapes from the local video shop and having a movie night around the VCR.
Rotary Dial Phones