As a calligrapher and avid crafter I am naturally inclined to appreciate handmade products over their machine-manufactured equivalents. I also have a great respect for tools that are now obsolete because newer technology has replaced them. (You should see my desk — vintage stapler and scissors, typewriter, old mail weighing scale….) This YouTube channel, the Museum of Obsolete Objects, showcases just such objects with short vignettes about products that have been replaced but shouldn’t be forgotten. Of course one of my favorites is the quill pen, but all of them are great — floppy disk, rotary telephone, morse code, etc.