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Lee Mitchell

Lee Mitchell grew up in the 1950's as technology was emerging. His parents had the first TV in their apartment complex in 1948 and neighbors crammed into their living room to watch Milton Berle on Tuesday nights. As he got older and TV programming expanded he said: “What’s left that can be invented?” He got a reel-to-reel tape recorder when he was 13 and started recording Top 40 songs off an AM radio. As he got older he dabbled in 35mm photography, super 8 movies, and then he became the first to have a VHS video camera in his neighborhood. He was often the only parent recording Little League baseball games. Learning how to edit videos followed. He wound up his career as a high school Computer Resource Teacher, where among other things, he taught athletes how to make their own sports highlight tapes of their best plays.

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