Are today’s technological applications (e.g. elearning, social networking, Web 2.0) merely natural developments in the evolution of communication technology, or do they represent a more revolutionary shift in how we communicate, learn, and relate to one another. To answer that question, a few years ago I started searching film repositories such as the Internet Archives and the Prelinger Archives to find old educational, industrial, advertising, and ephemeral films about older technologies. This short film is a little musical reflection of what I've been learning. It is a collage of images illustrating the evolution of communication technology from the advent of writing on paper until the development of computers. I'm now working on Part Two, in which I’m trying to make meaning of today's world of digital learning, communication, and relationships.