I remember the day iPhone came out. I was walking thru a hotel lobby with some of my band mates while on a trip, and we saw a gaggle of people up in the bar area surrounding a table. The person in the center had the first iPhone anyone in that room had ever seen.
Never would've guessed how far it would come until now.
Yes, we must change with the time, or we cater to an ever diminishing set of prospects. I suppose one could make a niche out of going old-skool only for folks who don't do all that fancy interwebz stuff, but ultimately tech has helped me self-manage all my properties with minimal effort. I never could have grown past the 12 units that were stressing me out if I'd stayed with a flip phone.
Tech does eventually catch up to everyone.
Remember telephone party lines? Imagine the chaos of that today.
Type writers? I learned on an IBM Selectric. Horrible if you ever made an error and had to fix it.
Horse and buggy? Anyone?
So being "old-skool" happens by degrees. Eventually you have to catch up, or the world passes you by. It's just the way it is unless you live within walking distance of your rentals and run a cash business. --184.4.xx.xx