I watched The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air from a young age. I was so young that my hands weren't strong enough to turn the knobs of my parents' retro TV. I'm totally serious. I had to have someone turn on the TV and change the channel for me. And somehow there was never an adult who thought that I shouldn't be watching that show if I wasn't even strong enough to turn a knob. Explains a lot. Anyway, the point is that that was the first TV I ever knew. The tech I interacted with consisted of a Panasonic cassette player and that TV. What was sitting in your family's living room or your grandma's basement when you were little? Journey back to your earliest tech interactions and reminisce below.