Analog thoughts in a digital world

I heard once that any invention from history is still in production, somewhere in the world. Siege weapons, smithing equipment, printing press, etc. now, I don’t claim to know the veracity of whether it’s all-encompassing or not. But I do know that, amid this push for digitalization, there is still a place for the analog.

“Somebody was trying to tell me that CDs are better than vinyl because they don’t have any surface noise. I said, “Listen, mate, life has surface noise.” – John Peel

I listen to vinyl, write in notebooks (with fountain pens, no less), and still like the feel of a physical book in my hands. So, if you’ve been in front of one screen or another for a while, give it a break and try something old school.

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