In 1991, Stewart Cheifet
hosted a segment of Computer Chronicles
discussing how to build your own home PC. It's standard geek fare of the day, but watching it now brings back some long-suppressed memories. For instance, you needed an add-in card to host your floppy and hard drives (these days, that's all integrated into the motherboard). Oh, and there were faux 3.5" floppy faceplates, so it would look like you had more drives than you did (visible around 5:50 in the video below). Set the time-machine to negative 23 years and check out what all the cool kids were doing back then.