Man, I remember getting to level 30 on Number Munchers (Factors, of course, was my favorite). It was awesome. I love that game. I also helped teachers work their computers in Elementary school. A teacher from a different class would call my teacher and send me over to fix their computer. I'm going to keep all my old records, so that when my kids ask me "Hey did you ever listen to the Flaming Lips" I'll just say "There is a god. There is a god." Whoa! Number Munchers! I totally forgot about that game. Did anybody play Oregon Trail? I also remember a game that taught left and right, reflection and the like, it had something to do with a large gorilla. It will be very interesting to see what kind of audio formats will be around in 30+ years. I suspect it will all move onto hard drives, mp3 players, and the like. I just hope I'll be able to play my Dylan and Morrison albums to my kids on vinyl. As for things I would like to add: -Computer disks the size of...wait, computer disks in general. -Cars without power steering A.