Save the sounds

from the Washington Post:**
**Museum of Endangered Sounds enshrines audio from bygone era

Here’s the site for the museum: savethesounds.info/

So, if you’re longing to hear the noise of a 56k modem, a dot-matrix printer, the ring of the original Nkoia cellphone, enjoy!

wawka wawka wawka :smiley:

:thumbsup: So awesome!!

How funny; I was just whistling the Tetris theme (which Wikipedia tells me is a Russian folk song called Korobeiniki) today. :smiley:

This is really neat. I only heard some of those sounds when I was younger :). Thanks for posting it.

-Byrnwiga

Like, totally awesome, fer shurr, dude!

:cool:

Got thinking of other long-gone sounds, the the cracking of ice in an old-fashioned ice-cube tray:
http://blog1.ebates.com/ebates/ice%20cube%20trays.jpg

Or the sound (and sometimes cursing) before the modern age when mowers didn’t start electronically:

Soon to be extinct: the sound of flipping thru the pages of a book.

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