What's the most outdated thing you still use today?
10 Inches Reel To Reel, Mini Disc Player, Eight Tracks, Records lp/45,
S&H Green Stamps, Platform Shoes, 72 , 442 Olds, Pong the first vedio game in the U.S. Eightball tell your future. Words like Groovey,
and Show you wright. M14, Browing Hi Powert Pistol. Hi Test Gas,
Esso Gas. Chesterfield Cig. Boonfarm Stawberry hill brass Monkey
the Gppd Stuff. Amc Pacer Car to take the ladies out on the town.
Please don't forget my Zippo Lighter. Elgin Wacth. AM Radio always.
Pay phone in the home 5 10 25 cents save on phone bills. CB Radio for long distance communication. jame browns tight pants back in stlye, can still Camel walk today best dance ever. Out House save on water. Black and white TV in HI FI. Tube Type. Carsine oil Lamps
the list go no but I better stop,strobe light, and reverb on the car system. Black Light too.
I still use my ClickFree Automatic Backup gadget to back up my computer files. They haven't made one in years and the company itself is out of business, but the gadget still works better than newer backup devices that I've used from other companies.
I also still use a push button cell phone. It's 4G but it doesn't browse online and you can't download apps to it. I like it though because it had big, easy to use buttons, has a long battery life and is much more durable than a smart phone. It was cheap too. Less than $10.
I still have my DS and I still use my Wii for Resident Evil and Just Dance.
In todays time many of the Organisations or Companies still use a traditional was of HR that is without any HRMS. As with the lockdown its necessary for the organisation or company to use a proper HRMS so that the activities are all in systematic manner. You can use the rising HRMS portal named HRFAST which has all the features with extremly low pricing. Check out more - hrfast.in
I'm not sure if the air is outdated or not, but air does back to when the earth was created!
A cable box. (we do own a home phone but its a magic jack laptop plugin so that dosent count)
The Lear 8-track tape player in my 1971 Beetle convertible, no, it's the Akai and Teac 7-inch reel-to-reel tape decks that I dub the 8-track tapes from. Or would it be the Sonotone stereo cartridge that I used to play the London ffss 33 1/3 rpm stereo records on a homemade Simplex amplifier and speaker enclosures that I built in 1957. Back then my phone number was 263-W and we had a "party line."