11 x 10 x 2cm
In the early nineteen-nineties, a new phrase entered the American lexicon: the information superhighway. This was the semantic forbearer to what would become "the internet".
I went to college in the early nineties. Nobody owned his own computer. We all wrote papers at what was called a 'computer lab' and saved our work on hard discs that held like 10 Megabytes. This little yellow box held all my discs and all my megabytes. It was my on-ramp to the information superhighway.