Friday, September 28, 2012

Cd's turn 30

Cd's were made on October 1, 1982 in which Billy Joel's 52nd Street was the first to be released on cd in Japan. We have come a long way since then but Cd's are the living items that has stood the test of time and are still selling to this day. Think about it, when was the last time you listened to a cassette tape. Cd's have completely taken them out and still going on but the Cd is in trouble for now with the newer times of downloading and itunes. Today's time has become obsessed with wanting it right now and with the internet it is possible. But all in all Cd's are still the heart of the music industry and still making many people millions of dollars. Cd's were looked at as the smaller version of records but digital and they sound 100 times better. Who would have ever thought that Cd's would have made it this far and still going strong. Technology is always changing and for now it seems that Cd's are with standing the test of time because they become more modern as time passes. They have become able to play mp3's, store data and run programs so it seems that cd's seem to adapt to times enabling it to always be the heart of music.

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