Originally Posted by 5-7HEAVEN
I remember when there was no voice mail or fax machines. There were only teletype machines which connected from point A to point B, and only to Associated Press to newspaper companies. They were as large as those huge sidewalk mail boxes oat the corner.
I can remember friends who worked at the Mansfield News Journal complaining because they still used the old Linotype machines, and the occassional Mimeographs. The huge hulking Xerox photocopiers were at the time still deemed too unreliable. Oh, and I remember punch card readers.