If you've been de-cluttering and finding things that spark joy, that means you've probably found a few things at the bottom of a cardboard box that don't spark joy. Perhaps you even found a few relics of the past?
Well, we have too, and it got us thinking: What are some things we used to use all the time that technology has rendered... pretty much useless.
The list is long and full of things we remember relying on regularly. So, we came up with this list... and even made a cheeky reference to ourselves (shocking, we know.)
What would you add to this list? Is there anything on this list you still use?
Let us know in the comments.
The 12 Things Technology Has Made Obsolete:
Calling 411 For Information
Dial Up Internet
Classified Section of the Newspaper
Paper Maps & Standalone GPS Devices
VCRS & DVD Players
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