I recently completed a backlog of archiving my work and I realize I've been shooting digital images now for over 10 years. The transition from film to digital was a challenge, but keeping up with the technology can be overwhelming at times. Adobe Creative Cloud now includes 28 programs, which include 11 which I use regularly. That doesn't include a half dozen non-Adobe photo-related programs as well as all the various plug-ins as well as software for running the business side. When it was too busy I would remember how it used to be, dropping my film off at a lab while I would go to a nearby bar and have a beer with my peers while our work was being processed - the good old days. Although I remember needing to buy cardboard so I could package sheets of slides to send to magazines, and having a tabletop filled with chaotic stacks of slides or prints, and typing invoices on a typewriter, using a calculator for the addition and on and on.
But speaking of overwhelming technology, I came across this gem - the Posographe. Its a mechanical exposure calculator run with levers and sliders invented in the early 1920's by R. Kaufmann in Paris.