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I hope i can convey this thought. When we watch a tv program or listen to a piece of music , We can more often than not, give a pretty accurate date that the music or program was recorded. This is achieved by Either colour ( camera techniques )or acoustics ( recording equipment,instruments etcetc)and not by words or the actual content ( although the content is a prop for these colours variations over time*). It seems to me that our sense of history is tied up with and triggered By music and tv. Are we experiencing history in a completely different way than Someone 300 years ago would have. Thanks
* not sure what these colour / camera styles are really called.
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