Ah, you shouldn't of done that, now I fell bad.:dunno:Lud·dite
a person opposed to new technology or ways of working.
"a small-minded Luddite resisting progress"
a member of any of the bands of English workers who destroyed machinery, especially in cotton and woolen mills, that they believed was threatening their jobs (1811–16).
Yep - I’m an introvert Luddite.
In my working life I've always embraced new technology, its great for making a better quality part faster.
In my private life I don't embrace most new technology as it doesn't really apply to how I live. If it doesn't improve or make my day to day life or make it easier then its a no go.
But I do always look for ways to do a job/work easier or more efficiently.
So I guess I'm not really a Luddite, but I like to think I am and I guess I won't try and convince those that think I am one otherwise.:bigthumb:
On a side note what's real interesting is when you have old school stuff that most have never seen.
In our new House we don't have an electric door bell. We have an old school ringer that's mounted in the middle of the front door. There is a knob with a brass plate around it that says "turn" on it.
When you turn it rings a bell on the inside of the door.
Its amazing how many people don't have a clue what to do. They usually just knock on the door. If they do that I ask them why the didn't use the door bell? Most never bother to look or think.
And the amount of grief that we had to go thru with the builder, electrician and drywallers while building the house was unbelievable.
Its not easy being a Luddite.:laugh: