I haven't yet caught up with VCRs -- I'm still using my Capacitance Electronic Disk (CED) video system. That's where you have something that looks like a slightly swollen LP vinyl record, that holds 60 minutes of video/audio on each side of the platter, and is played using a stylus in contact with the vinyl. If the video program is longer than 120 minutes, you have a second disk with the remaining portion of the program. This system was produced by RCA and came out just prior to commercial VHS. RCA sunk all their resources on it and quickly lost their assets when the recordable VHS system became available and nobody was interested in CEDs that were only for playback.
Yeah, of course I'm still listening to music on vinyl. Why should I switch to CDs or MP3s, when I've already got all my favorites on LPs? What's more, if I ever get nostalgic, I can stare at the large album covers/liners, and remember how I used to listen to the contents with the lyrics shown full size on the album cover six inches in front of me. The sound quality is still plenty good on my 30+ year old Yamaha amplifier and JBL speakers...and all of my albums are still in excellent shape. Derek and the Dominos, early Springsteen, J. Geils, Cat Stevens, Andy Pratt, Aztec Two-Step, Maynard Ferguson, Bert Kaempfert, and songs and routines from The Soupy Sales Show -- I guarantee you this stuff on vinyl is just as entertaining as when I bought it, and not necessarily available in the current format! So why should I switch?
I'm still using a black rotary telephone, too. When my kids' friends want to use the phone, I hand them the rotary (attached to the wall with a cord). They stare dumbfounded and ask what to do. I ask them if they've ever heard the expression "dial the telephone number." They say yes. I inform them that that thing on the front of the phone is a dial, and they should go ahead and use it. Their response is usually a blank stare.