The difference? With the items on the left, you won't freak out if you accidentally drop them in the toilet.
Remember walking through the video store to find the perfect rental, which took about an hour? Now you can just look through Netflix for the perfect thing to watch...which also takes about an hour.
In both eras, the student actually deserves all the blame. Because with a simple stroke of a pen, he could have very easily changed that "F" into a "B."
At least your camera will never get tangled up in a tree. But you might walk into a tree because you're too busy looking at your camera.
Smart phones are great, but can you chew them? And do they taste like sugar and artificial flavoring? Clearly gumballs are superior in every way.
Before cell phones, you could ignore and avoid whoever you wanted, and they wouldn't even feel bad about it. It was a simpler time.
Four thousand pictures are a bit misleading. Because 3,500 of those are you clicking over and over while taking the same selfie.
65, 536 Megabytes? Think of all the valuable information you can store on that disk! Or to be more accurate, think of how many cat pictures you can store on that disk!
That's right, this list just incepted you. That never would have happened in the '60s.
What dance moves will the future hold? We can only guess there will be a backlash against current moves and couples will start dancing 300 feet apart.
Instant messaging completely changed the way we communicate. Nowadays, getting a handwritten letter from a friend or family member is more rare than a double rainbow.
This is the part where we talk about how good the original Star Wars trilogy was and how terrible the prequels were. But these pictures pretty much speak for themselves.
Today's smart phones are infinitely more delicate than the Nokia bricks we used to carry around in our pocket. Then again, our phones now are infinitely more powerful. You win some, you lose some.
'Mo graphics, more problems. And more money. Mostly more money.
They may take our lives, but they'll never take... OUR INTERNET! Seriously, though. What's the wifi password?
"Oh, boy. Happy birthday to me! Time to read all these comments on my wall. People sure do love me."
Ouch. This one is a little too real. People in California need to start practicing their rain dance. ASAP.
Who needs to go outside when you've got access to the entire virtual world on your computer?
Everyone does. Please. Don't make The Matrix a reality.
The smaller the device, the bigger the headphones. How else are you supposed to let everyone know you love music and you're also like, really, super cool?