As you look around your home, what items do have that are becoming obsolete?
I'm going to be working on a hub listing some items that are going the way of the dodo. Think of some items and post them here.
Besides myself? Oh, I dunno, can't be more than a couple hundred. A slide rule, for example. Vinyl records. An old mechanical mantel clock. Candles, andirons, a teapot, a wood stove. A dictionary, a thesaurus, a book of quotations, a fountain pen. Well, all right, maybe more than a couple hundred.
old diary, rickety chair, out of order Hi-fi system with cassete not DVDs
There are many things in my home which are of no use some of them are old utensils, gramophone, table, stack of papers, Typewriter and many more.
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