Yet, I have a habit I cannot break.
If there is a song I like on the car radio, I will linger in the car, even after I've reached my destination, until the song is over. In the old days, you'd never know when you would hear it again.
I have made at least one adjust to modern times. When I get home, I call up that favorite song so I can hear it yet again.
Speaking of radio, Howard Stern signed for another five years with Sirius XM. I'm sure he's being paid a fortune. I have a subscription, but Stern isn't part of my package. It's just not worth the cost for his rare appearances. Stern does produce compelling radio and I might consider subscribing if he goes back to four or five days a week, but that's not going to happen.
And Radio Disney leaves the airwaves early next year. Kids, it's a streaming world. Radio Disney owned a couple dozen radio stations and several more affiliates. It was radio aimed at young people. Not a bad idea, but it never really took off. Disney has sold all but one station and it should be on the block soon. 36 people lose their jobs.