I feel old.
Your not alone my friend..
I still remember beta, and know how to use an 8 track player...
I sat on my father's shoulders so I could see President Dwight Eisenhower's motorcade pass through our town on the way to the airport.
I knew people only a couple of years older than me who had polio or long term health problems from it. Don't get me started about these morons who won't vaccinate their children, Americans really are much stupider than they once were.
My first job paid a minimum wage of 95 cents an hour. I caught on really quickly and got a substantial raise of 10 cents per hour after only two weeks.
We recorded our high school garage band on reel-to-reel and used two decks to lay in additional tracks, it was stereo!
I wrecked my first car at age 17. It had no seat belts, a rigid steering steering column and a hard, unpadded steering wheel that did a major job of rearranging my face, it nearly killed me. ( Fortunately, later in life I got shot in the face, so reconstructive surgery was a twofer, you almost can't even tell but I've had a mustache ever since, it covers some scarring and discoloration from both episodes )
I used a slide rule as an undergrad. Computer programs were on cards, if the folks in the computing center liked you, you might be able to use one of those fancy new ASCII terminals. The mainframe computer ( CDC 6600 ) had a 60 bit word size and used one's complement for it's floating point representation.
I am so old it's not even funny any more, but I'm still laughing anyway