Perusing the photos from yesterday afternoon's Georgetown, Kentucky Home Inspection brought to mind how technology has shrunk so much in the last 30 years or so.
It used to be that if you wanted to watch satellite TV you had to have one of these monstrosities hanging around your yard.
Look closely in the background at the left of the big dish.
Now all you have to have is that little grey dish mounted on your house somewhere.
And a quick Google search for miniature satellite dishes tells me that now you can put a tiny satellite dish (12") on your car or RV and have TV on the go. Wouldn't do me much good as my Kentucky Home Inspector travels are usually alone and drivers aren't supposed to watch TV.
Makes me think of how odd it must be for those who are even older than me when most of the things I'm talking about shrinking weren't even around when they were young.