In 1994, 3.5 inch diskettes, CD’s, Hayes modems, Intel Pentium microprocessors, LAN’s, Lotus Notes, and WordPerfect were all the rage. Something called the “internet” using HTML was just being discovered. And, it would be another four years before Google was founded.
Continuing education seminars about what worked and what didn’t were of vital importance for many professionals.
Oh, and we were still using dumb brick and flip phones.
How did we ever survive?