I've had televisions on my mind for the past couple of weeks.
A few weeks ago, I called the repairman out to take a look at my 42-inch rear projection HDTV because it was having convergence issues (the colors were not aligning). Since the set was still under the extended warranty, I didn't care how many times the guy would have to come out, I just wanted it fixed.
Well, he tried.
But before leaving for the final time he uttered those words I was longing to hear, "I'm going to have to declare this TV unrepairable."
In other words, the warranty company is sending me a new one!
The set finally arrived on Thursday: A Panasonic, 42-inch plasma HDTV. It's beautiful.
Which brings me back to 1955.
Bowman decided to include the new technology of the color TV in their design that year.
This example features, in my opinion, the second-greatest player ever in Willie Mays. It includes a great photo of a young Mays in his New York Giants uniform.
I wonder what Mays would look like today in high definition?