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What's the oldest piece of technology you use everyday?

W1NTER

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The only relevant thing that comes to mind is the fridge I use daily that has likely existed since before time had a name
 
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I am wearing a mechanical watch that I like quite a bit, despite its ridiculous impracticality. I like to look at the gears spinning eternally in its clear caseback. I like to listen to it literally tick. A quartz watch would be cheaper and more accurate. I focus on practicality in most things in life, but for this, it's nice to focus on aesthetics above anything else.
 
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i use a dvd player to play and rip DVDs. not that old but its nice to have. so far i ripped a couple of nirvana, Guns N' Roses albums, and some Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley too.
 
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Oldest peace of tech I use are 3.5in floppy drives. They are useful for storing encryption keys, installation software, books, save game data, and anything that you would want to load up onto a fresh install of a OS. You can also play old share-ware games, use old software, and even install operating systems off of them if you know how to convince the OS that your computer is infact at 1980s super computer.
 

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