I'm one of those people who still hang on to the traditional way of doing things as much as possible. I embrace technology and all that but I would like to consider myself an old school person. I know basic stuff about the Internet and all but I could still get lost with what's the latest. I have a smartphone but I use primarily just for entertainment with the apps but I use my good old "analog" phone for texting and calling. First I just like to text faster and my big fat fingers have difficulty doing that on a touch screen phone. I'm a clumsy person as well so using an analog phone that could drop a lot of times but still be intact for years. Also I like a small phonen that's easy to put on my pocket without worrying a pickpocket will target it.
I'm also loyal to physical media, I still buy CDs, VCDs and DVDs for stuff I really like. Although recently I've been trying these legit local streaming services. I'm on Spotify Premium now and I like having the offline listening feature. That offline feature is also available on iFlix and Hooq which I'm both subscribed now. I like iFlix better since, less bugs but Hooq has a lot of old stuff locally and internationally that I'm interested. Netflix is here in the Philippines now but not subscribed yet because I don't have a credit card. What I like about Spotify, iFlix and Hooq is that I can pay through cellphone prepaid credits, more convenient for me and I can control my expenses. Now, I'm interested to try buying stuff online as well. Could save me money. I've been looking at some sites and that one that got my interest is the hassle free and convenient shopping at Zalora. The items look really good although a little expensive on my end but I will try buying one especially I've been having a hard time looking for my size on malls these days. I'm fat and what they usually are for those with regular weight waistline/
Anyway, the world is changing a lot although I still believe traditional and online means can co-exist in this fast changing world, there's no really harm in trying out new stuff.