Remember when you could hold a telephone conversation without having to allow a moment of time at the end of a sentence before responding in order to keep from 'stepping on' the person on the other end? It used to be only overseas phone calls or maybe communicating to astronauts on the moon suffered such inconveniences, but talking to someone across town was like having a face-to-face discussion. More often than not - or so at least it seems - there is a noticeable delay between the time someone actually stops talking on the transmitter end and the time the audio stops at the receiver end. People who have never known otherwise accommodate the delay with no perception of how good phone calls used to be.
June 1946 Radio News[Table of Contents]
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Posted May 27, 2015