The Trapper Keeper is back, but this time it holds tablets instead of homework
Mead has teamed up with Kensington to bring back the Trapper Keeper name and iconic design to hold your tablet— and I don’t care if it is a shameless ploy to tug at my nostalgia strings— it’s working and I want one. Sadly, I’ll have to wait until they go on sale in September. Wait, my birthday is in September. Hmm…
Morning flashback: “The Mad Painter” from Sesame Street
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, actor Paul Benedict, who later went on to play Harry Bentley on The Jeffersons, played “The Mad Painter” in a short lived series of skits in which a silent painter paints the number 2 through 11 wherever he found space for them.
Little kids react to a really old Apple II, hilarity ensues
Stupid kids, you type “PRINT” because you’re printing something to the screen. In my day, if we wanted computer games, we wrote and debugged the shit ourselves in BASIC or something more complicated AND WE LIKED IT.