This old Oakland Tribune column is riddled with late-20th-century artifacts: videocassettes, an Apple desktop, an 8086 microprocessor, He-Man toys, a long-forgotten computer game called Choplifter, and a lone 60-watt light bulb.
By Barbara Falconer Newhall, The Oakland Tribune, June 8, 1987
Christina, 3, has the best room in the house, the one with the view of Mount Tamalpais.
At least, it used to be Christina’s room. Now, she has just the dim, windowless half of it. The part with the view belongs to our home office. [Read more…]