I laughed when I saw this. I do have a cell phone and cable though. I am soooo not interested in the latest Apps, gizmos, smartphones, iphones, tablets, ect. All my friends are all over it. I am definitely the oddball!
"Real" books are at least produced using a renewable resource.
I am pro-technology. I don't keep up with the 'latest' trends but do have an up to date computer, Directv w/dvr, ipad, iphone and a 1st generation Nook. I use my iPad and iPhone daily. Much of my use of these items is doing a lot of reading books through either use of an e-reader app or a text-to-speech app.
With the steam engine , power was available at any location that could be supplied by coal , and the result was the Industrial Revolution.
I became the historical "expert" of the 1907 electrification of the New Haven RR , a combination of early and vintage combustion , mechanical , and electrical technology.
Is one where they have two different programs every day of the week. Usually a total of about 45 minutes. It is the company that supplies these programs to radio stations across the country that carry old shows somewhere on their schedules. Thy also sell recordings of them in various formats.
There is one site that has every "Johnny Dollar" episode (that still exist) that you can download for free. There was another one devoted to Jack Benny that had virtually everyone of his programs that you could download free.
Put the name of your favorite character along with a modifier like radio programs and you can find a site devoted to to that program that you can listen to and possibly download.