For me, closeted. But it had its good points.
There was some great music and TV (even though we only had a handful of channels). We never would have imagined that the stuff we watched and listened to would still be around 40 years later.
Sticking with the media theme, here's some obvious stuff...
If you wanted to watch a TV show, you had to make plans to be in front of the TV when it aired. VCRs didn't arrive on the scene until the second half of the decade, and even then, fairly few people had them.
If you wanted to be the first kid on your block to get the new Pink Floyd album, you lined up in front of your local record store on release day with your like-minded friends. Then you brought it home, carefully cut the shrink wrap, put it on your turntable, and then sat on your bed reading the cover while you listened.
At least where I lived, middle-class kids did not drive brand new (or late model) cars that were as nice as their parents'. They drove "teenager" cars -- 10-15 year old used ones. We didn't seem to mind this. Just having a car was such a cool and liberating experience.
We took typing class. On a typewriter.
There were far fewer distractions.
I could go on and on...