Seashell Radio (Thimble Radios)

Small radios that fit into the ears like hearing aids or ear buds. (Read the full article)

"awesome"
(Courtney 1/24/2005 6:12:48 AM )
"cool"
(taylor 2/15/2005 10:42:42 AM )
"these seashell radios are a lot like todays ear phones. almost everyone in school puts them on in the morning, blocking out the rest of the world. so when you enter my school in the morning, u only here beats to songs and barely any conversations going on. this shows the kind of society we are turning in to"
(linda 11/11/2007 7:44:29 AM )
"what idea is the author trying to get across with the images?!"
( 4/1/2008 6:32:33 PM )

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