Every year, I look over the previous twelve months to see what is no longer with us. Things become obsolete every year. Times change. Just like the horse and buggy aren't a big business today as they were 125 years ago, we make progress. Here is a list of things we said adios to in 2012. All of them are not technology based, but I'd be interested in hearing what you can add to the mix.
While America will be bringing in New Year's Eve tonight from Time's Square to Los Angeles with the usual group of music bands, partying, and drinking, this is not necessarily the case from around the world. Other countries have distinct traditions that they participate in for the New Year's Eve parties. I want to thank reader (and world traveler) Logan Horsford for bringing this article suggestion. You can read about Logan's globetrotting at his web site http://logansvoyage.blogspot.com/.
It's hard to imagine but another year has passed. We are now about to enter the year 2012, and many of us will do so with a party or a celebration of some sort. We've been doing this since we were children. Hopefully, 2012 will be a better year than the last for you and I'd like to thank everyone for reading my blog throughout this year. If you are planning on celebrating, please have a safe evening and get someone to drive you home if you've had one or two too many. Happy New Years!