How about people who refuse to embrace technology? My bff has told me about people who come into the store where she works, people around 70 and 80, who want to know where you can buy film for 35mm cameras.
"They're not sold in stores, if you are going to find any, they'd possibly be online. Maybe."
"I don't like using the computer!! There has to be a way to get film! I don't want to have to use one of those digital cameras!! I don't know how to use them!"
"Well you just can't buy the film in stores, I'm sorry. The only thing you can do is buy disposable cameras if you don't want to use a digital."
"But that's throwing away money!"
What bugs her the most is they use their age as an excuse to be against this newfangled technology. Now my friend is in her mid 50's, and an "aunt" of hers, who is late 80's or early 90's, I don't remember, uses Facebook, email, has a nice digital camera and a nice cell phone, all of which she uses often and is really good at working them all.
My MIL, who is also in her mid 50's, is one of these people. Doesn't even have an email address, whines about having a digital camera and won't use a computer. Her sister is the same way and she's not even 50 yet. Yanno, I can get being slow to adapt to cell phone technology, as I still don't have a smart phone and just fairly recently decided I want one. But there comes a point where you can only fight against the progress so much. Computers are here to stay, might as well learn to use one. No one said you have to be yoked to it, but they do come in handy.