In the Pre-Digital Age, our families shared a telephone connected by the Party Line, often dialing the phone. When looking to go somewhere, they'd reach for a map. Regular mail tookOld School Phone 3-5 days (fastpost took 1-3 days) and the first digital things to appear were considered toys. The only useful digital items were the Calculator, the Casio Watch and the Video Player. Everything else was analogue. Nothing else mattered because nothing else was available.