Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Change is Written in the Stars

We went to the planetarium this week.
The director was very excited to replace this...
(he compared it to a typewriter in a computer world)

with this...
I understand this little beauty of a contraption may do so much more than its predecessor,
but I'm going to miss the other one just the same.

84 comments:

  1. Well, I'd have to say the first gadget is pretty cool looking! What's a typewriter? lol It's actually something that I received as a gift for my 16th birthday.....my how times have changed, and yes I just dated myself there big time!

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  2. ha. amazing how technology changes eh? but there is def nostalgia for those old pieces...and we love the planetarium....

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  3. Wow... they have no similarities..I have come to a point where I just immerse myself in technology... otherwise I would get lost quickly... I need to stay that cool mom who knows about technology... haha... Anyway, it is sad to see a piece of nostalgia leave, I wonder if our children will even have that feeling with the throw away society we have... The planetarium looks like a fun place to go for an evening... we have one here too :) Have a great rest of the week Rosey :)

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  4. Cannot believe how much technology has indeed changed over the years and I cannot for the kids of me place that second one, but crazy as it sounds jabs definitely seen it in the past somewhere.

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  5. I hope that somewhere they keep the one they are replacing. Nostalgia has a place in my world.

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  6. A big difference indeed, moving up in the world, so to speak lol

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  7. I'm like you. I like some of the older stuff too. Like a typewriter. I want one so badly, but they're just too expensive these days!

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  8. It must be magical looking at the stars at the Planetarium. Technology has certainly advanced a lot this century.

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  9. We have come so far with technology, and to think that we have been holding back is scary...
    I could only imagine what it would be to look at the stars with this gadget :)... Amazing I would have to say.

    By the way, thank you so much for your prayers !!

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  10. Yep, technology has indeed advanced.

    Happy Wednesday, Rosey!

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  11. I'll take that old planetarium projector!

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  12. I love things that have historical value, but I also love the newer technology. I guess we are learning new things and easier ways to do them, It would be silly not to take advantage of all the advances in technology.

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  13. Call me old fashion, but I like the older model better. It just looks more fitting for a planetarium!

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  14. Wow, this is too funny! My husband and I were just out in front looking at the stars and they're so pronounced tonight & he's showing me where the North Star is etc., but I agree with you the old one looks more usable to me! Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Hi Rosey - it's amazing all the technological changes that have occurred recently and in the last few decades let alone one century .. lucky you to all go to the Planetarium ... cheers Hilary

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  16. I'd go just to see the first contraption!

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  17. An upgrade is always nice as they can work easier =) #WW

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  18. I personally like the older one better :-)

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  19. I think the old stuff is cooler sometimes. I get why they want to upgrade it, but sometimes older is better.

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  20. ohh I always love going to the planetarium! always learn something new!

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  21. The new one looks so boring though, I'd miss it too

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  22. The old one does have character and in a way I empathize with it - all of today's technology makes me feel outdated too. Believe it or not, we have an old phone that is so old it has a rotary dial, from the days before push button telephones. It is a good 40 years old, is really built well and just seems to last and last. Ah, yes they just don't make things the way they used to. :)

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  23. Wow! there's a lot of difference between 1 and 2, it's been about 300 years since i was in a planetarium ;-(

    have a startastic week Rosey & thanks for gyrating by

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  24. Wow! quite a difference in the two items! haha. I have never been to a planetarium! Sounds fun!

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  25. That's a huge difference. The first one may look older, but I think it looks cooler.

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  26. I'd miss it to! New isn't always better.

    I'm dreading the day when my boss takes out the VCR. I have so many good art VHS tapes.

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  27. Everyone thinks that upgrades are best. I miss things from the past already and I am only 30!!

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  28. Yep ~ it is all in the stars and the rest of nature ~ old/new ~ many are both wonderful ~ neat post ~ Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  29. You'll still be able to visit the first one in history museums along with typewriters, VHS tapes, dial up phones, and documents written in cursive handwriting.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/

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  30. Way different indeed. Change is good.

    Have a terrific Wordless Wednesday. ☺

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  31. I haven't taken my son to one yet. I know he'd love it!

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  32. I haven't been to a planetarium in a long while. I do love to gaze at the stars and constellations that due to dirty air we can't see very often anymore.

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  33. I love visiting the planetarium. Ours just did some big update recently too.

    POSH

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  34. I haven't been to the planetarium in years. In fact, I'm not even sure GA has one!

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  35. I think sometimes the older stuff works better than the so called newer technology.

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  36. How things change. Even now I look at things and how they were when I was growing up versus now. Remember cellphones back in the day? Or how about a time before cellphones. Wow … just WOW!

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  37. That is amazing. It's crazy how technology changes from year to year.

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  38. That is quite a difference in contraptions.*sigh* Now I want to see what the closest planetarium is so I can go (I haven't been since I was a kid).

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  39. The old one sure looks neat! I like the older versions though.

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  40. Love planetarium shows. There's nothing wrong with typewriters, but I'm not going back.

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  41. So cool to see the differences in technology over time! Thanks for sharing. Planetariums are AWESOME!

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  42. I haven't been to a planetarium in such a long time. I can just imagine all of the changes that have been done.

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  43. Wow. That is interesting. I would go just to see this thing.

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  44. Oh wow, how things are changing :)

    Thanks for sharing..

    #WW

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  45. I love the old one, even if it is a bit prehistoric. (Isn't that the beauty in it?)

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  46. my first comment vanished into cyberspace... sort of like the old tech, old with the old cool looking stuff in with the new flat & small stuff!
    Faythe @GrammyMouseTails

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  47. They should keep the old one...it is a part of history. :)

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  48. We totally love going to ours out here, and I do sort of like the old one better

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  49. Oh my goodness, that's a relic from my past too! Now I'm a bit bummed to see it leave.

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  50. The last time I went to an observatory, I was with the man who broke my heart. Time to create new memories by taking my daughter there instead :)

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    1. Yep, def. time to go back with your sweet daughter and make it a happy memory instead. :)

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  51. I've never been to a planetarium before. Looks like a pretty awesome tool!

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  52. Wow it's been so long since I've been to one. I need to take the kids :)

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  53. It is amazing at all the technology that is going into history museums which we have actually seen. Thanks for sharing this post and the throw back into time.

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  54. I think I love the the one being replaced more. Planetarium sounds like a fun place to go to.

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  55. Wow, what a difference! Technology sure has changed!

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  56. That is definitely a big difference! It's crazy how technology changes things.

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  57. Some of the older things are cool. But, it is always great to evolve. And what is a typewriter? Just kidding, I had a kid actually ask me that the other day. Sure may me feel old!

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  58. oh I have never been to a plantarium before

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  59. We have a really nice one here. Our street lights are yellow because of ours. Nothing better then seeing the stars on a clear night!

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  60. Oh how neat! I've always wanted to go to a planetarium or even get something for home to watch the stars!

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  61. I love going to the planetarium. It is always such a great time.

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  62. Wow has technology changed. My kids would love to visit a planetarium, stars are a big deal for us because we always anticipate counting them while on the farm in brazil, literally it feels like your in a space capsule looking up from there. I'm going to have to try to find a local one.

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  63. it's amazing how quickly technology changes. Glad you enjoyed your visit.

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  64. What a neat piece of science! I agree with them needing to find a neat way to store the old piece.

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  65. I remember seeing those when I went to the planetarium as a kid. But I guess we all have to change with the times!

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  66. We have a planetarium near us! I really need to take the kids, I loved going when I was a kid!

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  67. Big difference. But yes, the old one was very cool looking!

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  68. I love visiting planetariums - I love outer space! I like the looks of the old but I am sure the information on the new is amazing.

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  69. There can be a sense of nostalgia attached to old equipment like that. But there is also something exciting about new technology.

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  70. Oh I bet he was excited. That is quite a difference in equipment!

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  71. Wow how cool is that! Me and my husband were just talking about the crazy advancement in technology and that just proves it lol

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  72. i love going to the planetarium!! i'm happy to stick with old school telescopes

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  73. I haven't been to our planetarium in a long time... I need to take the kids. Love the new gadgets.

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  74. Now that is a period piece. The new and old gadgets are fun to look at. My kids were pre-computer and Internet so fun looking at the way it was.

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  75. Hi, and thank you for sharing at Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) at In Him We Live and Move and Have Our Being. I wanted to let you know that I’m transitioning to a new site – http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com – which will have a photography focus. Currently there are two pages. One is where I will host Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) each week at midnight on Tuesday, Eastern Standard Time. The second is a place for you to link up your main blog url if you host a weekly Wordless linkup. Eventually I hope to include some photography how-to’s and resources. If you have any suggestions of content you’d be interested in, please email me at image.in.ing at gmail dot com.

    Thanks, and I hope to see you there!

    Sue

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  76. If you didn't say, I would have assumed the first one was the current one - it has so much to it. It is amazing how fast things are changing!!! Looks like a great place to visit!

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