A lot of folks are not able to move on with the trend, they do everything to resist change which is a normal trait of the human being – being scared of what’s replacing something you know how to use.
In 1976, the Electric Pencil became commercially available; it’s the first word processing program that was designed to displace the old-school Typewriter, although there were older attempts before the Electric Pencil which didn’t hit the main-stream reason being expensive to set up. During this period, our great-grand parents were apprehensive about the technological change that was going to take their jobs or required them to take extra classes to re-learn the new tech. Only the smart ones took the step, however.
Basically, the nostalgic guys will reject anything new and rather stick with what they were born to know, kind of like a close-minded tech un-savvy guy. It’s common for the new generation not to read a manual, they basically run through the gadget or electronics to get started, while our parents take a cup of coffee and “study” the manual like it’s one of those holy books that promises some great stuff in the afterlife.
Pursue the list from the next page showing the list of five old tech that’s still being used in our modern world today.