The evolution of the electric-powered babysitter

If you’ve actually owned all three of these technological evolutions of television as depicted by Didier Burtin then you deserve an accolade! And maybe some help blowing out all the candles on your next birthday cake. The flat screen TV may be the last of its kind, as the only thing that’s growing are its huge cinema-like dimensions, and they make it easier than ever to “cut the cord” and move away from cable or broadcast services. I took the plunge two years ago – technically the only way I consume my media now is via streaming onto my flat screen. I’m willing to bet the next step are your tablet or mobile devices, with the ubiquitous TV set slowly going the way of the dodo. There’s no going back!

TV Evolution

1 comment on “The evolution of the electric-powered babysitter

  1. Purple Dave

    I’ve owned the first two, but have managed to resist buying a flat-panel TV thus far. Also, this MOC is missing the next step, which is a teeny, tiny smartphone. Up to a certain age, people spend more time watching TV on index cards than on a proper TV, and even people in their 80’s and above spend a little bit of time watching TV on a business card.

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