What’s a Cassette?

I finally found something in common with my grandchildren.  One of the 8 year old girls (there are three of them) asked the simple question, “What is a cassette?”  I realized that when I was 8, I didn’t know what a cassette was either.  Of course, when I was 8, it wasn’t invented yet.  Now, that my granddaughters are 8, it’s gone the way of the 8-track.  What’s that?

I recently listened to Steve Hewitt, editor of Christian Computing magazine, give his input on the rapid growth of technology, telling us that the basic personal computer, at least the desk-top/lap-top versions, are on the way out.  Tablets rule the world, but their day in the sun will be even shorter. I’d better get one soon before they are gone. Hang on, change will keep on coming.

But even better, be encouraged with what doesn’t change; or better yet, who doesn’t change – Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. Hebrews 13:8

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