Back at the beginning of the last century, if you worked the land, you worked really hard (not that things are different and farmers even today have it very tough. The farm tractors were maybe as big as they are today but they didn’t do half of what they are capable of these days.
The farmer pretty much had to do all the work while the tractor followed behind. And today, if you can operate a car, then you can probably operate a farm tractor. It really doesn’t take much more than turning on the switch and keeping the lines straight.
Rich People's Homes
At the beginning of the 20th century, just like today, there were rich people. And these people had homes. And those homes were big. However, not as big as they are today. On second thought, they were big as today but didn't have all the additional elements rich people's homes have these days.
So what do these homes include besides the house? Parking facilities for more than one car, at least one swimming pool, a steam room, a sauna room, stables, a huge garden, a cocktail party area, a family party area, only-you-and-me party area, and on and on and on.
Nowadays, video cameras boast high-resolution capabilities, advanced image stabilization, and various shooting modes to capture stunning footage. They have become essential tools for content creators, vloggers, and filmmakers, enabling them to express their creativity and share their stories with the world. Just like the still camera, the 20th-century film camera has gone through a bit of evolution itself.
The first video camera was intended for TV use only and it took a while before it caught people's eyes and became part of their Christmas gift list. Today, video cameras are used everywhere and modern technology has turned these babies into much more than a device that takes videos.
You say baseball player at the beginning of the 20th century, you say Babe Ruth. So, what were the main differences between the players back then to the ones of today? The uniform especially. And the size. The players of today are much bigger (and fitter) in size than they used to be apparently.
There was no need to show off a six-pack or extra developed biceps for the matter. And saying that, some things don't change and never will. Baseball players have always been and always will be mega superstars, worshipped by all, and serve the pride and joy of nations.
The 1930s are known as the golden era of the radio. It became popular in many homes and was the main source of entertainment. There was one station, one type of music, and only certain hours for broadcasting. Slightly different than what we have today.
Just think of it, the radio was all people had and the thought of anything more advanced, like the t..v. for example, was a far dream. The modern radio (which is not commonly used due to the fact that everyone today has a smartphone that doubles as a radio) is a small device that can fit into the palm of your hand, the stations are numerous, and it plays 24/7.