A programme I listened to today was about people who hanker back to the pre-digital days. Vinyl records, photos you can hold, proper books etc. They spoke of the tactile pleasures such things have. One who had grown up in the digital world spoke of the occasion he moved home, with all his possessions packed into two IKEA boxes and reflected that it didn't like look like he owned much, despite having purchased as much as any other individual from the pre-digital era. The digital world is very convenient, but is it better? Does an album downloaded in seconds bring the same enjoyment as the one you had to buy in a shop and carry home in anticipation of hearing? Was there greater pleasure in waiting a week to see what your holiday snaps would come out like? Do you hate reading books on a kindle and prefer having a bookcase full of all the books you bought? If you had to pass on something that delighted you from the analogue age, to a child who had only ever experienced digital, what might it be?