There are things I miss or liked about all three, and things I don't.
For technology I honestly prefer that period of 1977-1995. In part because that's what I grew up with, in part because I wanted to be cutting edge at those times, even though just a kid. Computers were mysterious, interesting, technological ambassadors of the future that were clearing, to quote Journey "New Frontiers" for everything else. Video Games were just entertainment and you did not have so much worrying about convoluted spaghetti cases of lore or having to use practical military-level tactics to play well. Also, the poor graphics, goofey sound, and strangeness of some of the earlier stuff was not just a marvel in it's time, but became comedy gold later on. Something also seems more "personal" about surfing a BBS than surfing the internet these days. And the early internet of 1995 was awesome, it was full of passionate people into things they enjoy, rather than companies and wannabe celebrities trying to make a fast buck.
Entertainment is about the same period for me. I like New Wave, Post Punk, Pop Metal, Thrash Metal, Power Metal, and Grunge the most. If it's guitar driven, has otherworldly synths, and attitude, it's right in my wheelhouse. I actually like 70's for most movies and some of the 80's, because that whole Car-movie genre is my favorite...you had everything from the stuff for kids (The Love Bug) all the way up to campy racy humor like the Cannonball Run series. And it seemed back then, you did not get too hung up on Celebrity past your teen years, but today, good god, I'm embarrassed that I'm a part of a generation who are almost 40 years old and still gathering around random celebrities like they're reading a a copy of Rolling Stone or Creem magazine and they're 14 years old. Honestly, they are just people, and often pretty crappy people at that.
I also liked cars better, my preference being mostly 1979-1996 for most stuff. The DeLoreans, Camaros, Corvettes, F-series pickups, Squarebody GMs, S10s, Jeeps, Rangers, Broncos, Explorers, Bronco IIs, and Fox Body Mustangs of the period are among my favorites of that era. I even kind of liked how wacky those early Honda cars were like the 82' Prelude or the 79 Civic, they just had a vibe all their own. AE86 Toyota Corolla anyone? Heck, Giugaro, the guy who designed the DeLorean's body shape, also did the Mark 1 Golf/Rabbit for VW and the Lotus Esprit of that era (think Living Daylights era James Bond). And almost all of these could be easily repaired with a handful of specialty tools and mostly hand tools in your own garage, rather than needing computer crap to pull codes and play politician with the stealership, various sensors and computers inside.
And going to brick and mortar stores for things with salesmen with more stringent requirements to their jobs. Being able to walk into a guitar shop and touch the guitars I want to buy and try them out, or test drive that new computer, or see that hardware in it's original packaging with the 300 page wiire-bound manual that I can read (I know I'm weird, I read owner's manuals for my leisure). Being able to go to the record store and see the artwork on a good band's album cover rather than have some generic file on my hard drive getting lost in the terabytes of other crap I have.
The only thing's I'd miss going back, having the internet in my pocket, wireless everything, being able to call without needing a dime, paying bills on the internet rather than a drive-up dropbox, and even then, not having people able to reach me all the time, sharing my interest with people because they hear music on the street or see me walking into a Computerland store would actually make me WANT to be social again, and having an excuse to read some actual paper might actually make me not miss it so much.