GenXGrownUp Backtrack36 Videos

Backtrack: Computer Graphics

About This Episode Today, no one blinks twice at what computers are able to do with graphics. But growing up in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s we blinked two or three thousand times. Every time you looked, graphics got better and better and we were constantly amazed. In this week’s Backtrack we take a look […]

Backtrack: Y2K

About This Episode Y2K really turned out to be a whole lot of nothing when 2000 came around, but that doesn’t stop us from talking about it! Reactions ranged were from “whatever” to “we’re all going to die.” Join us as we talk about what the whole thing was about, some real concerns that most […]

Backtrack: Favorite GenX Christmas Toys

About This Episode Now that another Christmas is behind us, we thought that it would be appropriate to share with you some of our favorite Christmas gifts we received growing up Generation X! Patreon » patreon.com/genxgrownupDiscord » GenXGrownUp.com/discordFacebook » fb.me/GenXGrownUpTwitter » GenXGrownUp.com/twitterWebsite » GenXGrownUp.comPodcast » GenXGrownUp.com/podMerchandise » GenXGrownUp.com/merchTheme: “Grown Up” by Beefy » beefyness.com iTunes […]

Backtrack: Christmas Is For Kids

About This Episode So everybody knows about Rudolph, but do you know how Donner and Blitzen joined Santa’s Team? Or what about the moose that wanted to pull Santa’s sleigh? If not then you are missing out on some “should be” classics that Jon shares with us from his favorite childhood Christmas Album, “Christmas is […]

Backtrack: GenXGrownUp’s Top Ten Weird Al Parodies

About This Episode They say you haven’t really made it in the music industry until Weird Al Yankovic makes a parody of one of your songs. Well, if you ask folks like Madonna, Lady Gaga, Coolio, Micheal Jackson, and Nirvana (well you can’t really ask the last two but you know what I mean) then […]

Backtrack: HBO

About This Episode When cable TV first came out, most people got it for the clear reception but not necessarily for any additional content. That changed when HBO hit the market. Being able to watch full movies without commercials revolutionized TV and showed what cable could be. It was like coming out of the dark […]